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Ecoli NightSeq - NEW SERVICE
Features and Benefits
- Overnight service, delivery of results before 2 pm the next day
- Results are delivered Monday to Friday
- Use our drop box in your vicinity for free shipping of samples
- You can choose between prepaid and non-prepaid service
- Accelerate your research by one working day
- Safe handling time in the lab
- Significantly reduce your expenditures on plasmid DNA purfication kits by only isolating plasmids from clones showing the desired sequence
How to Order
- Enter our webshop
- Click on Ecoli NightSeq in the "Barcode Labels for Plate Services" area and follow the further instructions
- You can choose between prepaid and non-prepaid labels
- Enter our webshop
- Click on Fill Order Form under Ecoli Nightseq (prepaid or non-prepaid) and follow the further instructions
No, an antibiotic is not necessary.
The colony may be a bit smaller, but it must be clearly visible.
First the ENS tube.
Yes, please add 5 µl.
On the plastic bag there is a sticker with information about the expiry date (1 year) and the storage temperature (4° C for single tubes, -20 ° C for plates).
Yes. We have tested a correspondingly long storage at room temperature and it doesn’t harm the sample.
No, only on Monday before 2 pm.
Genetically modified microorganisms (GMOs) that do not meet the definition of toxic or infectious substances, but are able to modify animals, plants or microbial substances in a way that does not normally result from natural reproduction, do belong to Class 9 and shall be assigned to UN3245 and shipped in accordance with Packing Instruction P904.
In short, this means the samples must be packed in an inner, a secondary and an outer packaging. The inner packaging comprises of a leakproof primary receptacle and an absorbent material placed between the primary receptacle and the secondary packaging (e.g. plastic bag). The outer packaging shall be strong enough for its capacity, mass and intended use and shall have a minimum outer dimension of at least 100 mm.
Further information can be found at https://adrbook.com/en/2017/Sutun/8/P904.
If GMOs cannot be assigned to UN3245/class 9 (which is true for most E. coli laboratory strains and vectors), they are not subject to dangerous goods regulations. In this case, we still recommend shipping according to packing instruction P904, but an air cushion envelope is suitable for the outer packaging.
GMOs are not subject to the dangerous goods regulations if they are approved for use by the competent authorities of the countries of origin, transit and destination.