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==Key Concepts==
==Key Concepts==
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*There are several ways to change bases.  Qucick-Change is the fast and standard way.  
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*There are several ways to change bases.  QuickChange is the fast and standard way.  
*Some protocols use ligase.
*Some protocols use ligase.
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*Some protocols allow you to do more than one change simultaneously.
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*Some protocols allow you to do more than one change simultaneously. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2629768/pdf/1472-6750-8-91.pdf Here] is an excellent article Amanda found about doing multiple mutations with QuickChange
==Kunkel Mutagenesis==
==Kunkel Mutagenesis==
*Justin Siegel at the Baker lab is our local expert.  The [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Washington/Protocols/Kunkel UW iGem] team uses this method.
*Justin Siegel at the Baker lab is our local expert.  The [http://2010.igem.org/Team:Washington/Protocols/Kunkel UW iGem] team uses this method.
*Our lab (at least Amanda and Janet) have not tried it yet. Our understanding is that it is for more substantial changes than just single amino acid changes.
*Our lab (at least Amanda and Janet) have not tried it yet. Our understanding is that it is for more substantial changes than just single amino acid changes.

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Back to Protocols

Key Concepts

  • There are several ways to change bases. QuickChange is the fast and standard way.
  • Some protocols use ligase.
  • Some protocols allow you to do more than one change simultaneously. Here is an excellent article Amanda found about doing multiple mutations with QuickChange

Kunkel Mutagenesis

  • Justin Siegel at the Baker lab is our local expert. The UW iGem team uses this method.
  • Our lab (at least Amanda and Janet) have not tried it yet. Our understanding is that it is for more substantial changes than just single amino acid changes.
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