Trans110 Chemically Competent Cell is specifically designed for chemical transformation of DNA. It permits a transformation efficiency of over 106 cfu/μg DNA (tested by pUC19 plasmid DNA).
rpsL (StrR) thr leu thi-1 lacY galK galT ara tonA tsx dam dcm supE44 Δ(lac-proAB) /F′ [traD36 proAB lacIq lacZΔM15]
• High transformation efficiency: >106 cfu/μg ( pUC19 DNA).
• Unmethylated DNA due to dam-/dcm-.
•Equilibrate a water bath to 42oC.
•Warm a vial of SOC medium or LB medium to room temperature. Warm selective plates at 37oC for 30 minutes.
•Thaw a vial of 100 μl of Trans110 Chemically Competent Cell on ice, aliquot 50 μl of the cells into a prechilled 1.5 ml tube, add target DNA (1 to 5 μl ) into the tube. Do not mix by pipetting up and down. Incubate the cells on ice for 30 minutes.
•Heat-shock the cells for 45 seconds at 42oC without shaking. Immediately transfer the tube to ice. Incubate on ice for 2 minutes without shaking.
•Add 500 μl of prewarmed SOC medium or LB medium (without antibiotic) into the tube, mix well and shake at 37oC for 1 hour at 200 rpm for cell recovery and for the expression of antibiotic resistance.
•Spread 20 to 200 μl from each transformation vial on a prewarmed selective plate. The remaining can be stored at 4oC and plated the next day if needed.
•Invert the plate and incubate at 37oC overnight.
•Select colonies and analyze by restriction enzyme digestion, PCR, or sequencing.
•Higher efficiency transformation can be achieved by transforming cells immediately following thawing.
•Avoid repeated thawing.
•Gentle handling is required for the entire procedure.
|Citations & references|
|MAPK signaling pathway alters expression of midgut ALP and ABCC genes and causes resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ac toxin in diamondback moth||PLoS Genetics||8.167||Zhaojiang Guo,et al||2015 Apr||http://journals.plos.org/plosgenetics/article?id=10.1371/journal.pgen.1005124|
|Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. sichuansis strain MC28 produces a novel crystal protein with activity against Culex quinquefasciatus larvae||World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology||1.262||Peng Guan, et al.||2014 Apr||http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11274-013-1548-1|