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Convenient, time-saving 96Pack Gold competent cells streamline transformation procedures

Julie Bonnardel Ronda Allen Bruce Jerpseth Sean Banks

Stratagene

The new 96Pack Gold competent cells* from Stratagene feature a convenient, high-throughput format that saves time without compromising quality. These cells feature exceptionally high transformation efficiencies, fast growth, blue-white color screening of recombinants, and high-quality plasmid miniprep DNA. Simplified transformations, fast results, and ease of use make these cells ideal for all high-throughput cloning applications. For transformations of supercoiled or ligated DNA, we compared the performance of 96Pack Gold cells with a competitors 96-well-format competent cells and found that our cells consistently yielded higher transformation efficiencies.

With continuing advances in molecular biology technology, high-throughput methods have become increasingly important. With the 96Pack Gold competent cells, Stratagene has combined convenience with superior quality to ensure the best possible performance in a high-throughput format.

Combining Highest Efficiency with a High-Throughput Format

Stratagenes Hte phenotype, introduced in 1997, represented a breakthrough in competent-cell technology. Until that time, the best possible transformation efficiency was just
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