DNA ligase reagent kit 6024
for molecular biologyfor nucleic acids

DNA ligase reagent kit
DNA ligase reagent kit
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Characteristics

Type
DNA ligase
Applications
for molecular biology, for nucleic acids
Storage temperature

-20 °C
(-4 °F)

Description

Our DNA ligation kit for long fragments is a powerful tool for cloning long DNA fragments spanning 2 kb to over 10 kb in length. This kit contains an optimized ligase/buffer system that enables ligation of long fragments without the need for extensive techniques or special expertise. It is especially well-suited for BAC library construction. Compared with other systems, the TaKaRa DNA Ligation Kit LONG results in insertion efficiencies up to 50X higher for high-molecular-weight DNA fragments ranging from 2 kb to 18 kb than other kits. In addition, this kit also enables fast and easy ligation of smaller-sized DNA inserts. Takara's DNA ligation Kit LONG is a powerful tool for cloning DNA fragments over 10 kb in length. The kit contains an optimized ligase/buffer system which enables ligation of long fragments without difficult techniques and special expertise. It is especially well-suited for the construction of BAC libraries. Overview Superior ligation efficiency, especially for long DNA fragments Simple protocol Long control vector and insert provided More Information Applications Vector construction using long DNA fragments BAC library construction Cloning of long cDNA fragments 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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