By Hugh G. Griffin
Institute of foodstuff examine, Norwich, U.K. tools in Molecular Biology, quantity 23. handbook of certain sensible techniques for quite a lot of DNA sequencing equipment. Plastic spiral binding. comprises template training, sequencing reactions, gel pouring, and extra. forty two members, thirteen U.S. DNLM: series research, DNA.
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Gene Anal Tech. FTER 9 Sequential Deletions of Single-Stranded DNA “Cyclone Sequencing” George Murphy 1. Introduction A major problem of the directed deletion of double-stranded DNA using Exonuclease III (Chapter 8) is the necessity to find two enzyme sites to open up the insert for digestion and to protect the primer site. The “Cyclone Sequencing” technique of Dale, McClare, and Houchins (1) overcomes this problem as it is totally independent of the restriction sites in the insert. In this procedure single-stranded Ml3 is hybridized to an oligomer that spans the Hind111(even-numbered M 13 phage) or EcoRI site (odd-numbered phage) of the polylinker, generating a region of double-stranded DNA.