Gene fragments are typically delivered in a dried format, either in 2ml microcentrifuge tubes or 96/384 plates. Additional charges or turnaround time (TAT) may apply for more than 24 tubes or specific plate types (e.g., Echo plate). Gene fragments can also be delivered frozen on dry ice in H2O or LTE buffer (10 mM Tris-HCl, pH 7.5; 0.1 mM EDTA), with an additional shipping charge. The concentration of gene fragments can be normalized to 20ng/µl with additional charges.
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- How do I improve the chance of gene sequence to pass difficult filter and successfully synthesized?
- Can I put N and K mixed bases in my gene fragment order?
- What shall I do if I do not get correct colonies during my cloning reaction using GenTitan gene fragments?
- Should I PCR amplify my gene fragments for downstream application?
- How do I design my Gene Fragment for restriction cloning?
- How much of DNA is delivered?
- How are gene fragments delivered?
- What is the QC step for GenTitan Gene Fragment?
- What are the adapter sequences used on the Adapter-On GenTitan gene fragments? What methods can I use to clone the GenTitan gene fragments with adaptors?
- Do you purify the gene fragments?