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Manuals (Instrumentation) [Back to Top]

 

Manuals (Kits) [Back to Top]

 

Quik Change Site Directed Mutagenesis Kit (Stratagene)

Quik Change XL Site-Directed Mutagenesis Kit (Stratagene)

Quik Change Mult-Site Mutagenesis Kit (Stratagene)

Quik Change II Site-Directed Mutagenesis Kit (Stratagene)

 

Expand High Fidelity PCR System (Roche)

pTrcHis-TOPO and pTrcHis2-TOPO (Invitrogen)

TA Cloning Kit, Original (Invitrogen)

HAT Protein Expression and Purification System (Clontech)
Talon Metal Affinity Resins (Co2+-IMAC resin, Clontech)

Qiagen Expressionist (Many protocols for IMAC with Ni2+ gel, Qiagen)

Qiagen Plasmid Purification Handbook (Mini-, Midi-, and Megapreps, Qiagen)

 

 

Plasmid Information [Back to Top]

Invitrogen

pTrcHis-TOPO [Map Summary] [Polylinker] [Sequence][Restriction Map]

pTrcHis2-TOPO [Map Summary] [Polylinker] [Sequence][Restriction Map]

pTrcHis-TOPO/lacZ (Control) [Map Summary] [Sequence][Restriction Map]

pTrcHis2-TOPO/lacZ (Control) [Map Summary][Sequence][Restriction Map]

BD Clontech

pHat10/11/12 [Map Summary] [Sequence][Restriction Map]

 

Software [Back to Top]

 

Swiss PDB-Viewer/Deep View 

Protein structure building and viewing. This program to me is one of the best free programs for looking around in a protein structure, and will export very nice pictures to the POV-ray ray tracer. You can load many PDB files at the same time and overlay structures for comparisons.

Bioedit 

This is an extremely useful program for DNA and protein sequence alignments, restriction digest maps, phylogeny trees, hydropathy plots. It is web enabled to allow you to add tools you find on the internet. It also will make plasmid maps.

Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer

Makes nice pictures (Swiss PDBv will export the data files). This program is not science-specific, but is very useful for making pictures of protein structures.