Gibson Assembly® Master Mix by New England Biolabs Inc.

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Gibson Assembly allows for successful assembly of multiple DNA fragments, regardless of fragment length or end compatibility. Assembly and transformation in just under two hours Flexible sequence design (scar-less cloning) No PCR clean-up step required High transformation efficiencies for inserts up to 20 kb Easily adapted for multiple DNA manipulations, including site-directed mutagenesis


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Gibson Assembly® Master Mix

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Easy, fast and efficient for multiple fragments cloning.
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Cloning multiple fragments

"We do cloning a lot and sometimes we are not able to find multiple restriction sites to clone multiple fragments. Even if we can, the process is very time consuming. With this Gibson assembly kit we can clone 2 to 6 different pieces of DNA into a plasmid with high efficiency in just 15 minutes."

Review date: 17 Jun 2020 | Gibson Assembly® Master Mix

Gibson Assembly allows for successful assembly of multiple DNA fragments, regardless of fragment length or end compatibility.

  • Assembly and transformation in just under two hours
  • Flexible sequence design (scar-less cloning)
  • No PCR clean-up step required
  • High transformation efficiencies for inserts up to 20 kb
  • Easily adapted for multiple DNA manipulations, including site-directed mutagenesis