Kits for PCR product cloning, directional LIC cloning and expression, efficient DNA blunting and ligation.
pUC plasmid and Lambda DNA for use as molecular cloning vectors.
Wide range of DNA Ladders for accurate DNA sizing and quantification in agarose or polyacrylamide gels.
Reverse transcriptases, primers, nucleotides and and kits for efficient cDNA synthesis.
Enzymes for modification of DNA ends: T4 DNA ligase, alkaline phosphatase, PNK, Klenow, T4 DNA Polymerase.
High purity nucleotides for DNA polymerization reactions
Phusion High-Fidelity DNA Polymerases, kits and master mixes.
IPTG and X-gal for blue/white colony selection.
…one of first recombinant DNA molecules was engineered in early 1970s by joining SV40 virus and phage lambda DNAs?
In 1972 scientists at Stanford University developed a method of covalently joining two different DNA molecules to one another. To make DNA molecule hybrids they have used an arsenal of purified enzymes, including site specific restriction endonuclease, lambda exonuclease, terminal transferase, DNA polymerase I and DNA ligase. These enzymes are still widely used in modern labs for making recombinant DNA.