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==Objective==
==Objective==
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Transform BL21(DE3) cells with the DNA extracted yesterday.
==Description==
==Description==
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# Add experimental record here. Include what, how, and why...
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Following transformation protocol I normally use:
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#Place plastic culture tubes on ice for 15 minutes
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#Add cells to ice to thaw
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#Add 1uL of DNA to tubes
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#Place on ice for 1 minute
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#Place 30uL of cells over DNA
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#Incubate for 4 minutes
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#Heat shock for 80 seconds
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#Put cells on ice
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#Add 100uL of SOC
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#Shake at 37C for 1 hr
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#Plate on kanamycin LB plates
==Data==
==Data==

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Objective

Transform BL21(DE3) cells with the DNA extracted yesterday.

Description

Following transformation protocol I normally use:

  1. Place plastic culture tubes on ice for 15 minutes
  2. Add cells to ice to thaw
  3. Add 1uL of DNA to tubes
  4. Place on ice for 1 minute
  5. Place 30uL of cells over DNA
  6. Incubate for 4 minutes
  7. Heat shock for 80 seconds
  8. Put cells on ice
  9. Add 100uL of SOC
  10. Shake at 37C for 1 hr
  11. Plate on kanamycin LB plates

Data

  • Add data and results here...

Notes

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