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Latest revision as of 18:34, 8 October 2012

Wellesley College BISC 219 Genetics

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Plasmid Isolation and Transformation Solutions

Solution Composition
Solution 1 50 mM glucose
10 mM EDTA
25 mM Tris, pH 8
Solution 2 0.2 M NaOH
1% SDS
Solution 3 2.7M Potassium Acetate
6.6M Acetic Acid
Luria Broth 1% Tryptone
0.5% Yeast Extract
1% NaCl
2% agar in plates
Ampicillin Stock = 50 mg/ml in water
use 1:1000 in liquid cultures
1:500 in agar
Tetracycline Stock = 12.5mg/ml in 70% ethanol
N.B. tetracycline is light sensitive
use 1: 1000 in liquid
1:1000 in agar


RNAi Schedule of Experiments
RNAi General Information
Lab 4: Picking your gene to RNAi
Lab 5: Plasmid DNA isolation and transformation
Lab 6: Induction of RNAi plasmid and C. elegans feeding
Lab 7: Single Worm PCR and Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

Lab 8: PCR Reaction Cleanup and Sequencing