GeneMorph II Random Mutagenesis Kit

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Error-prone PCR is a random mutagenesis technique for introducing amino acid changes into proteins. Mutations are deliberately introduced during PCR through the use of error-prone DNA polymerases and reaction conditions.
  •  EZ Clone version provides a fast 3-step cloning method and eliminates the need to have specific restriction sites
  •  More uniform mutational spectrum in which mutations at A's and T's occur at the same frequency as G's and C's
  •  Superior yields over a wide target range - 0.1 to 3.5 kb
  •  Simple protocol offers easy control of mutation frequency
  •  Efficient mutagenesis rates of 1 to 16 bases per kb per PCR

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GeneMorph II Random Mutagenesis Kit

Manufacturer Agilent Technologies

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