Traditional cloning by restriction enzyme digestion remains the most popular way to insert your gene-of-interest (GOI) into an expression vector for expression in the target cell, whether that is an insect, mammalian, or microbial cell. With good planning, this cloning method is easy, reliable, and cost-conscious. However, choice of vector can dramatically affect your experiment in a number of ways.
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We are committed to bringing you the most options in vector selection - the SnapFast™ collection engineered by Oxford Genetics. This collection gives you options for:
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