Restriction Enzyme Cloning Support
Explore our “Getting Started” and “Troubleshooting” sections for solutions to top inquiries and common problems. Browse through our "Guides and Tools" section to access a comprehensive portfolio of product-related support resources.
- I cannot transform my cells right away. Can I store my ligation reaction? If so, at what temperature should I store it?
- What is the difference between ExpressLink T4 DNA Ligase and other T4 DNA ligases?
- I have an older set of enzymes from your company that uses REact buffers. Are these buffers and enzymes interchangeable with the new enzymes?
- For how long do I digest my vector?
- What is the best ratio of insert:vector to use? Is there an equation to calculate this?
- I would like to perform a double digest with two different enzymes but the buffers are not compatible.
- I am doing restriction cloning and the enzyme I am using seems to be cutting non-specifically.
- I have cloned my gene into my vector and then transformed into TOP10 cells. I then did a plasmid miniprep followed by digestion of the DNA with Xba I. However, the vector is not cutting correctly.
- I am trying to clone an insert that is supposedly pretty toxic. I used DH5α and TOP10 cells for the transformation and got no colonies on the plate. Do you have any suggestions for me?
Guides and tools
- Brochure: Anza Restriction Enzyme Cloning System
- White Paper: Optimal Dephosphorylation Protocols using Anza Alkaline Phosphatase
- White Paper: The Anza Restriction Enzyme Cloning System Provides Multiple Options for Blunt-End Cloning
- White Paper: The Anza Restriction Enzyme Cloning System Simplifies Directional Cloning
- White Paper: Restriction Enzyme Isoschizomers and Key Considerations
- White Paper:Generating Recombinant DNA Clones with Anza T4 DNA Ligase Master Mix
- White Paper: Optimal Dephosphorylation Protocols Using Anza Alkaline Phosphatase
- White Paper: Blunt-End Cloning Options
- White Paper: Simplified Directional Cloning
- Search our database for Product Documents: Manuals, Vector Maps, Citations and References
- Search our database for Quality and Safety Documents: MSDSs, COAs
- Overview: Restriction Enzyme and Cloning Learning Resources
- Overview: Restriction Enzymes (Thermo Scientific)
- Overview: Restriction Enzyme Buffers (Thermo Scientific)
- Overview: 176 Restriction Enzymes, 1 Buffer (Thermo Scientific)
- Overview: Checking Your T4 DNA Ligase Activity (Thermo Scientific)
- General: Restriction Enzyme Resource Library (Thermo Scientific)
- Guide: PCR & Molecular Cloning Handbook
- Selection Table: Which Cloning Method is Right for You?
- Selection Table: Reaction Conditions for FastDigest Enzymes (Thermo Scientific)
- Webinar: Cloning Technologies: Complete Solutions from Thermo Fisher Scientific
- Webinar: Using Restriction Enzymes to Cut DNA with Confidence and Control
- Browse our site for: Training, Events and Webinars
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