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After looking around for a bit, I came across a few potential solutions however they are not a definitive answer to your question and requires testing under your experimental conditions to see which works best. This page contained one excellent suggestion and that is to select for cells that do not clump during the passage, by pooling the cells in 15ml of ...


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There is no problem to transform bacteria with more than one plasmid. The usual methods (either chemical competent cells or electroporation) are working fine, although electroporation might give you better results, as the cells take up more DNA. On the downside you have to make sure that your cells are prepared nicely, otherwise the electroporation cell will ...



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