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From: Natural transformation of Vibrio cholerae as a tool - Optimizing the procedure

Figure 2

PCR fragments can serve as donor DNA. V. cholerae wild-type strain A1552 was induced for natural competence on crab shell fragments and scored for its transformation frequency (Y-axis). Provided donor DNA was derived either from strain A1552-LacZ-Kan as a positive control (2 μg gDNA; lane 1), or from a PCR reaction according to IV in Fig. 3A. PCR-derived DNA was purified before administered to the bacteria (lane 3; 200 ng). The negative control, with no donor DNA provided, is shown in lane 2. Average of at least three independent experiments.

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