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==Overview==
==Overview==
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Standard polymerase chain reaction (PCR) protocol.
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Standard DNA digest protocol using [http://www.neb.com NEB] restriction enzymes.
==Materials==
==Materials==
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For a 50 μL PCR reaction:
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For a DNA digestion of total volume V (in μL):
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* 35 μL H<sub>2</sub>O
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* ~0.8V DNA
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* 5 μL 10X PCR buffer
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* 0.1V 10X digestion buffer (1, 2, 3, or 4; [http://www.neb.com NEB])
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* 5 μL 2mM dNTPs (each)
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* 0.1V 10mg/ml BSA
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* 1.5 μL 50mM MgCl<sub>2</sub>
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* 1 μL restriction enzyme 1
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* 1 μL 50μM sense primer
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* 1 μL restriction enzyme 2 (optional, for double digestion)
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* 1 μL 50μM antisense primer
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* 1 μL 5nM DNA template
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* 0.5 μL TAQ DNA polyermerase
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==Procedure==
==Procedure==
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# In a PCR tube, mix the components on ice in the order they are listed above.
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# Find appropriate enzymes(s), associated buffer, reaction temperature from [http://www.neb.com NEB].
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# Perform the following thermocycling program:
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# Calculate the total volume of the reaction by taking the DNA volume + 1(2) μL for a single (double) digestion reaction. Divide this number by 0.8 to get the total reaction volume, V.
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## 95 °C 5 min
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# Calculate the volume of 10mg/ml BSA and 10X digestion buffer, which are both 0.1V.
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## 95 °C 30 s
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# Add the reaction components together in order listed above. Mix gently and spin.
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## T<sub>H</sub> 30 s
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# Incubate at reaction temperature for 3 hr to overnight.
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## 72 °C 1 min for each 1 kb PCR product
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## Repeat steps 2-4 a total of 12-36 times (24 is standard).
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## 72 °C 5 min
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## 12 °C hold
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==Notes==
==Notes==
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==References==
==References==
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'''Relevant papers and books'''
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'''Relevant papers, books, and websites'''
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#{{FormatRef|Sambrook, J and Russell, DW|2001|Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual (Volume II)| | |Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press}} ISBN 0879695773
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#[http://www.neb.com New England Biolabs]
==Contact==
==Contact==
* [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Sean_P_Corum Sean P Corum]
* [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Sean_P_Corum Sean P Corum]
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Contents

Overview

Standard DNA digest protocol using NEB restriction enzymes.

Materials

For a DNA digestion of total volume V (in μL):

  • ~0.8V DNA
  • 0.1V 10X digestion buffer (1, 2, 3, or 4; NEB)
  • 0.1V 10mg/ml BSA
  • 1 μL restriction enzyme 1
  • 1 μL restriction enzyme 2 (optional, for double digestion)

Procedure

  1. Find appropriate enzymes(s), associated buffer, reaction temperature from NEB.
  2. Calculate the total volume of the reaction by taking the DNA volume + 1(2) μL for a single (double) digestion reaction. Divide this number by 0.8 to get the total reaction volume, V.
  3. Calculate the volume of 10mg/ml BSA and 10X digestion buffer, which are both 0.1V.
  4. Add the reaction components together in order listed above. Mix gently and spin.
  5. Incubate at reaction temperature for 3 hr to overnight.

Notes

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  1. List troubleshooting tips here.
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References

Relevant papers, books, and websites

  1. New England Biolabs

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