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Feb 18 2009


First day of the actual lab.
Lab work on my project.
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upaG Long
I added 275μL of water in the given tube in which JS001F oligo was and 343μL of water in the JS002R tube.
Then, I followed the instruction below.
Cloning by PCR
Since the size is over 4000K, I put the PCR tube in 8k55.

Feb 23 2009


Second day of the lab
I guess Prof. Chris forgot to give me oligos for Alkaline Phosphatase
I should do it later once i get the oligos

To decide if there's product in the PCR tube I worked on Feb 18
I need to run it on gel
1. Add 5μL of the product and 1μL of loading buffer
2. Insert 6μL in total onto gel
3. Wait for about 10 minutes
4. GSIs take a picture of my analytical gel
6. The picture link for the first product
mine is the 5th one
The size is between 1.5k and 1k; it's about the right size I've expected. Product? Yes.
The picture link for the second product
mine is the 2nd one
The result came out the same as the first one. Product? Yes!
7. Zymo cleanup

Feb 25 2009


Digestion
Regular Zymo cleanup
Ligation
Mistakes on measuring the volume of the insert
PCR again

Feb 27 2009


Digestion (upaG)
Regular zymo cleanup (upaG)

I finally received the oligos for the second part of the project
mea36&mea37
1.Dilution
2.Regular PCR

Mar 2-3 2009


Some mistakes occurred on PCR for phoA by GSI
Should re-do it

Mar 4 2009


upaG Long
1.ligation
2.Accidently put it in the thermalcycler
3.Digestion again
4.Run it on the thermalcycler for about 1 hour
phoA
1.Regular PCR again
2.Run on 2k55 since it's under 2k bp (1219bp)

Mar 9 2009


upaG Long
1.Ligation
The cell cocktail was already set up by GSI
Shaking at 37 degree in the incubator
2.

phoA
1.analytical gel
The result came out bad-the band of my PCR was overlapped with the bands of ladder
Gabe said it would be okay
2.regular zymo cleanup
3.digestion

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