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[Chlamydomonas] Re: Reply to Chlamy Digest, Vol 85, Issue 1

David Dauvillée via chlamy%40net.bio.net (by david.dauvillee from univ-lille1.fr)
Tue Oct 27 08:16:11 EST 2015


Dear Christopher,

Here are the settings we are using to electroporate Chlamy and which is 
working well in our hands.

After treatment with autolysin, the cells are resuspended in TAP medium 
containing saccharose (40 mM). We are using electroporation cuvettes 
with a 4 mm gap. 250 µl of cells and 100 ng of DNA are incubated 
directly in the cuvette for 10 min on ice. We use an exponential decay 
pulse setted at 800V and 25µF.
The cells are then transfered for 18 hours in 10 mL of fresh TAP medium 
under dim light before being applied to selective medium.

I hope it helps

Regards

David Dauvillée
UGSF-UMR 8576 CNRS






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> Has anyone had any success transforming Chlamy cells via electroporation
> using the Gene Pulser Xcell by Bio Rad? I am attempting to do so here at
> the University of Alaska Anchorage, but I have not had any luck finding any
> recommended setting for this machine. Thank you for your time and
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> Sincerely,
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> Good Day Ladies and Gentleman,
>
> Has anyone had any success transforming Chlamy cells via electroporation
> using the Gene Pulser Xcell by Bio Rad? I am attempting to do so here at
> the University of Alaska Anchorage, but I have not had any luck finding any
> recommended setting for this machine. Thank you for your time and
> consideration. Have a great day.
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> Sincerely,
> Chris Applegate
> University of Alaska Anchorage
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*David Dauvillée*

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Unité de Glycogiologie Structurale et Fonctionnelle

UMR 8576 CNRS-USTL

Bât C9

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*David.Dauvillee from univ-lille1.fr*



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