IGEM:MIT/2007/Notebook/2007-6-14

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#Aliquot 5 uL and 10 uL of ligation reactions into eppendorfs
#Aliquot 5 uL and 10 uL of ligation reactions into eppendorfs
#Pipette 50 uL of competent DH5a E. coli bacteria into ligation reaction plasmid eppendorfs from above and mix by tapping gently
#Pipette 50 uL of competent DH5a E. coli bacteria into ligation reaction plasmid eppendorfs from above and mix by tapping gently
#*Do not pipette up and down
#*Do not pipette up and down
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#Incubate on ice for 60 minutes
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#Heat shock the bacteria in a 37C water bath for 30 seconds

Revision as of 09:45, 14 June 2007

Grad Advisors

  • Morning: Debbie
  • Afternoon: Brian

LAB WORK

  • Make competent E. coli cells
  • Transformation into competent cells
  • Plate transformed cells


Depending on how fast cells grow......

  • Night time
    • Analyze plates
    • innoculate 4ml LB/Amp

Procedures

Details of DH5 Strain E Coli

Regular cell membranes are not permeable to plasmids, so we much use ions (CaCl) to make the bacteria competent and able to accept foreign DNA.
Start: 2 vials of competent bacteria (500 uL each)
9 Transformations

  • U V (2 uL)
  • dV (5 uL)
  • dV + dI (5 uL)
  • ddV (5 uL)
  • ddV + ddI (5 uL)
  • dV (10 uL)
  • dV + dI (10 uL)
  • ddV (10 uL)
  • ddV + ddI (10 uL)
  1. Aliquot 5 uL and 10 uL of ligation reactions into eppendorfs
  2. Pipette 50 uL of competent DH5a E. coli bacteria into ligation reaction plasmid eppendorfs from above and mix by tapping gently
    • Do not pipette up and down
  3. Incubate on ice for 60 minutes
  4. Heat shock the bacteria in a 37C water bath for 30 seconds
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