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    New England Biolabs u t5 exonuclease
    The schematic of the TEDA method. The blue half-moon represents T5 exonuclease. The double lined rectangle with a gap represents a linearized plasmid. The double vertical lines represent the insert DNA. Lines with same color indicate the homologous region. Step 1: <t>T5</t> exonuclease cuts from the 5′ ends of linearized plasmid and insert DNA to generate 5′-overhangs. Step 2: the 5′-overhangs anneal to each other. Step 3: The cyclized DNA with DNA gaps is transformed into cells and the gaps are repaired in vivo .
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    Epicentre Biotechnologies t5 exonuclease
    The schematic of the TEDA method. The blue half-moon represents T5 exonuclease. The double lined rectangle with a gap represents a linearized plasmid. The double vertical lines represent the insert DNA. Lines with same color indicate the homologous region. Step 1: <t>T5</t> exonuclease cuts from the 5′ ends of linearized plasmid and insert DNA to generate 5′-overhangs. Step 2: the 5′-overhangs anneal to each other. Step 3: The cyclized DNA with DNA gaps is transformed into cells and the gaps are repaired in vivo .
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    The schematic of the TEDA method. The blue half-moon represents T5 exonuclease. The double lined rectangle with a gap represents a linearized plasmid. The double vertical lines represent the insert DNA. Lines with same color indicate the homologous region. Step 1: T5 exonuclease cuts from the 5′ ends of linearized plasmid and insert DNA to generate 5′-overhangs. Step 2: the 5′-overhangs anneal to each other. Step 3: The cyclized DNA with DNA gaps is transformed into cells and the gaps are repaired in vivo .

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: T5 exonuclease-dependent assembly offers a low-cost method for efficient cloning and site-directed mutagenesis

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gky1169

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The schematic of the TEDA method. The blue half-moon represents T5 exonuclease. The double lined rectangle with a gap represents a linearized plasmid. The double vertical lines represent the insert DNA. Lines with same color indicate the homologous region. Step 1: T5 exonuclease cuts from the 5′ ends of linearized plasmid and insert DNA to generate 5′-overhangs. Step 2: the 5′-overhangs anneal to each other. Step 3: The cyclized DNA with DNA gaps is transformed into cells and the gaps are repaired in vivo .

    Article Snippet: TEDA requires 0.04–0.08 U T5 exonuclease per reaction ( ).

    Techniques: Plasmid Preparation, Transformation Assay, In Vivo

    Enzymes and buffer components required for TEDA. ( A ) The pKat-eGFP fragment was cloned into SmaI-digested pBluescript SK–. The assembly of the two fragments was used as a model for the test. ( B ) Taq DNA ligase, Phusion DNA polymerase, T5 exonuclease (T5 exo), NAD + were tested for their necessity for the DNA assembly. In addition, Prime-STAR or FastPfu was also used instead of Phusion for testing; ( C ) PEG 8000 and dNTPs were further tested for their necessity for the DNA assembly. The concentrations of relevant components mentioned above were indicated in the figure. The base solution contained 0.1 M Tris–HCl (pH 7.5), 10 mM MgCl 2 and 10 mM dithiothreitol. The reaction was processed at 50°C for 1 h, which was the same as the Gibson assembly. *, Gibson; **, Hot Fusion; **, TEDA with dNTPs and at 50°C; ****, TEDA without dNTPs at 50°C. The data are averages of three parallel experiments with STDEV.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: T5 exonuclease-dependent assembly offers a low-cost method for efficient cloning and site-directed mutagenesis

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gky1169

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enzymes and buffer components required for TEDA. ( A ) The pKat-eGFP fragment was cloned into SmaI-digested pBluescript SK–. The assembly of the two fragments was used as a model for the test. ( B ) Taq DNA ligase, Phusion DNA polymerase, T5 exonuclease (T5 exo), NAD + were tested for their necessity for the DNA assembly. In addition, Prime-STAR or FastPfu was also used instead of Phusion for testing; ( C ) PEG 8000 and dNTPs were further tested for their necessity for the DNA assembly. The concentrations of relevant components mentioned above were indicated in the figure. The base solution contained 0.1 M Tris–HCl (pH 7.5), 10 mM MgCl 2 and 10 mM dithiothreitol. The reaction was processed at 50°C for 1 h, which was the same as the Gibson assembly. *, Gibson; **, Hot Fusion; **, TEDA with dNTPs and at 50°C; ****, TEDA without dNTPs at 50°C. The data are averages of three parallel experiments with STDEV.

    Article Snippet: TEDA requires 0.04–0.08 U T5 exonuclease per reaction ( ).

    Techniques: Clone Assay

    Comparison of different assembly methods. ( A ) TEDA was compared with In-fusion and SLIC for the assembly of two fragments. Middle- lacZ and pBBR1MCS5::lacZ-truncated with 15-bp or 20-bp overlaps were used. 1:1, the same molar ratio of the insert to vector was used for DNA assembly; 1:2, double molar amount of the insert to vector was used for DNA assembly. ( B ) TEDA was compared with Gibson and non-optimized TEDA methods. The Pkat-eGFP and SmaI-pSK was used for cloning. TEDA(0.04U)−30°C, 0.04 U T5 exonuclease at 30°C for 40 min; TEDA(0.08 U)−30°C, 0.08 U T5 exonuclease at 30°C for 40 min; TEDA(0.04 U)−50°C, 0.04 U T5 exonuclease at 50°C for 40 min; Gibson, 0.08 U T5 exonuclease with Phusion and Taq DNA ligase at 50°C for 60 min. Neg, DNA fragments were transformed without TEDA treatment. ( C ) TEDA was compared with In-fusion for 4 fragments assembly. The 5Ptac-phbCAB operon was separated into three fragments (Figure 2A ), and they were assembled with linearized pBBR1MCS-2 to generate pBBR1MCS2::5Ptac-phbCAB. The data are averages of three parallel experiments with STDEV.

    Journal: Nucleic Acids Research

    Article Title: T5 exonuclease-dependent assembly offers a low-cost method for efficient cloning and site-directed mutagenesis

    doi: 10.1093/nar/gky1169

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Comparison of different assembly methods. ( A ) TEDA was compared with In-fusion and SLIC for the assembly of two fragments. Middle- lacZ and pBBR1MCS5::lacZ-truncated with 15-bp or 20-bp overlaps were used. 1:1, the same molar ratio of the insert to vector was used for DNA assembly; 1:2, double molar amount of the insert to vector was used for DNA assembly. ( B ) TEDA was compared with Gibson and non-optimized TEDA methods. The Pkat-eGFP and SmaI-pSK was used for cloning. TEDA(0.04U)−30°C, 0.04 U T5 exonuclease at 30°C for 40 min; TEDA(0.08 U)−30°C, 0.08 U T5 exonuclease at 30°C for 40 min; TEDA(0.04 U)−50°C, 0.04 U T5 exonuclease at 50°C for 40 min; Gibson, 0.08 U T5 exonuclease with Phusion and Taq DNA ligase at 50°C for 60 min. Neg, DNA fragments were transformed without TEDA treatment. ( C ) TEDA was compared with In-fusion for 4 fragments assembly. The 5Ptac-phbCAB operon was separated into three fragments (Figure 2A ), and they were assembled with linearized pBBR1MCS-2 to generate pBBR1MCS2::5Ptac-phbCAB. The data are averages of three parallel experiments with STDEV.

    Article Snippet: TEDA requires 0.04–0.08 U T5 exonuclease per reaction ( ).

    Techniques: Plasmid Preparation, Clone Assay, Transformation Assay