Oligonucleotide modifications: Choosing the right mod for your needs

Learn about our broad family of oligonucleotide modifications, and get suggestions for selecting modifications that can help you in your research.

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The importance of Tm in molecular biology applications

Learn how to predict and select appropriate Tms for oligo hybridization steps, including PCR.

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Cloning strategies, Part 2: Cohesive-end cloning

Cohesive-end cloning is one of the most commonly employed techniques in molecular biology. Review these tips and tricks for cloning using restriction enzymes.

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Isothermal assembly: Quick, easy gene construction

Learn how, in a single reaction, isothermal assembly can combine several overlapping DNA fragments to produce a ligated plasmid ready for transformation.

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Methods for site-directed mutagenesis

Review these traditional PCR-based methods for creating a specific mutation in a known sequence, in vitro. Then read our follow-up article, Site-directed mutagenesis—Improvements to established methods (see the "Additional reading" sidebar) which describes how you can generate the same types of mutations, more quickly and efficiently, using custom, synthetic dsDNA fragments.

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