directional cloning problem!

Michael L. Sullivan mlsulliv at facstaff.wisc.edu
Fri Aug 23 08:06:34 EST 2002


This may sound obvious (but plenty of people have made a similar 
mistake), but are you plating your transformation on kan and not amp 
selective media?  Don't forget that the pET28 series uses kanamycin 
as it's selectible marker!

Mike

>recently i performed directional cloning but can't make it. so i 
>want to know where the problem is. at first i made my pcr product 
>cut by NdeI and XhoI,then the plasmid i used is pET28b cut by the 
>same two enzyme. secondly the mixture of pcr product and the plasmid 
>after enzyme cut ligated with the T4 ligase.At last i can't get the 
>transformant on the plate.
>   so where is perhaps the main problem during the procedure? please 
>kindly offer your suggestion! thanks .
>
>
>      Carol
>
>
>http://biowww.net/mynews/tree.php?group_name=bionet_molbio_methds-reagnts&begin=0


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Michael L. Sullivan, 
Ph.D                                                            
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