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BL21 Competent Cell Set* from Novagen

ProductsBL21 Competent Cell Set* from Novagen
Company Novagen
Item BL21 Competent Cell Set*
Price $156.00
Description pET Host Strain Competent Cell Sets
Sets of pET host strains for optimizing vector/host strain combinations

The most common method for transformation of plasmids into E. coli is to use chemically competent cells. Although competent cells can be prepared in the laboratory, greater efficiency, reproducibility and convenience are achieved using Novagen’s prepared competent cells. Novagen offers the widest selection of competent cells available for protein expression. Our strains offer a variety of options that enable you to maximize the yield and activity of your target proteins, including stringent control over basal expression levels, the ability to form disulfide bonds in the cytoplasm for proper folding and activity, and alleviating codon usage incompatibilities.
Every strain of Novagen’s competent cells is verified for phenotype and purity, and transformation efficiency is guaranteed. The standard aliquot is 0.2 ml, which provides enough cells for 10 transformations; pack sizes are 2 × 0.2 ml and 5 × 0.2 ml. Several strains are also available as Singles™ Competent Cells, which are provided in single-use 50-µl aliquots for extra convenience and efficiency. For the ultimate in convenience and throughput, the NovaBlue and BL21(DE3) strains are also available as HT96™ configurations, which consists of pre-dispensed 20-µl aliquots in an automation-compatible 96-well format.
Features
Guaranteed efficiency for consistent, reliable results
Test Plasmid and SOC Medium included
20-µl standard transformation volume for economy
Available in standard 0.2-ml aliquots
Certain strains available as Singles™ and HT96™ formats
Widest selection of protein expression strains available
Additional Competent Cell Information
Info NovagenNovagen
441 Charmany Drive
Madison, WI 53719
Customer Service: 800-526-7319
Tech Support: 800-207-0144
Fax Number: 608-238-1388
Web Site: http://www.novagen.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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