- In-Fusion Cloning
- Competent cells
- Ligation kits
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- Ligation enzymes
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- X-Gal and IPTG
- Linkers, primers, and cloning vectors
- Agarose gel electrophoresis
- Nucleic acid extraction
LA PCR in vitro Cloning Kit
The LA PCR in vitro Cloning Kit is designed specifically for long-range PCR and cloning of plasmid, cDNA, or genomic DNA regions that contain a known sequence flanking one end. This cloning kit for long fragments uses the Takara LA Taq enzyme for longer amplification and improved fidelity. Amplification is accomplished via cassette-mediated PCR whereby long DNA fragments, such as those found in genomic DNA, are used without the need for time-consuming library construction and screening. Users will need to design and prepare primers corresponding to the known region of the DNA to be amplified.
- Long-fragment cloning
- Long-range PCR and cloning
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Additional product information
Please see the product's Certificate of Analysis for information about storage conditions, product components, and technical specifications. Please see the Kit Components List to determine kit components. Certificates of Analysis and Kit Components Lists are located under the Documents tab.
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