HomeFAQsDoes the DNA need to be purified after rSAP treatment?
FAQ: Does the DNA need to be purified after rSAP treatment?
No, as long as rSAP is heat inactivated at 65°C for 5 minutes prior to ligation. However, if the dephosphorylation
reaction is performed directly after vector DNA digestion, both restriction enzyme and rSAP should be heat-inactivated.
In this case, please follow manufacturer’s recommendations to inactivate restriction enzyme.
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