Memorial Day Scheduling
*Due to the Memorial Day holiday there will be no oligo synthesis on Sunday and Monday, May 25th and May 26th.
*Orders placed after 5:30pm on Thursday May 23rd will be delivered on Wednesday the 29th of May.
Allele's Oligonucleotide Synthesis Division has been providing fast-turnaround (24 hours) oligos for almost a decade to San Diego research establishments, such as UCSD, SALK, Scripps and SDSU. We specialize in very long oligos (e.g., 215 nt) and will ship or deliver most oligos within 24 hours. Our oligo synthesis service offers a large variety of synthesis scales, modifications, and purifications for our customer's various needs, including: sequencing, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Ligase Chain Reaction (LCR), reverse transcriptase PCR, hybridization studies, site directed mutagenesis, microarray experiments, dye terminator sequencing reactions, cloning and other techniques.
Long oligos are our specialty-when others refuse your orders because they can’t make 100mers or longer, we can*.
Allele offers discounted pricing for all academic institutions, please email us at
email@example.com for specifics.
No setup fee, free desalting, fully deprotected and ready to use, conveniently delivered in ddH2O with free concentration normalization.
Place your order before 5:30pm (5:00pm Sunday) to ensure next-day service. For customers within our delivery range, we will deliver between 1:00-3:30pm. For all other customers, we will ship next-day. Please indicate any special delivery requests on the day of purchase by making a note in the “Comments” field or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Even with advanced technology, high-performance machines and elaborate programs, the efficiency of each chemical step of oligo synthesis is seldom above 99%. As a result, deletion events at 1-2% of elongating oligos must occur at each and every position. As the oligo length increases, these deletion mutations accumulate; therefore, long oligos are more affected by this problem than shorter oligos. We strongly recommend PAGE purification for oligonucleotides greater than 45 bases in length. We cannot guarantee the quality of oligonucleotides longer than 45 bases in length unless they are purified.