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  1. May 2019
    1. .coliBW23473 electro-competent cell aliquots werethawed on ice and mixed with 1-2 lof plasmid DNA. Mixture was pulsed with the Gene Pulser®electroporation apparatus(Bio-Rad) at 1800 Volts with 25 μF and 200 Ωcurrentin a chilled0.1 cm electroporation cuvette(Bio-Rad). Immediately after successful pulsing, 1 ml LB medium was added to the cuvetteand suspension was transferred toa 1.5 ml sterile centrifuge tube. Cells wereincubated at 37°C for 1 hwith shaking and further plated onLB plates containing kanamycin(30μg/ml). Positive colonies were inoculated in LBliquid medium containing kanamycin(30μg/ml)for plasmid isolation


    1. centrifugation at 5,000 rpm for 4 minat room temperature. Harvested cells werewashed with PBS and treated with different compoundse.g.H2O2. After treatment,cells were harvested and further processed according to the type of experiments performed
    2. For several experiments, log-phase C. glabratacells were harvested and treated with different compounds. For this, single colony of aC. glabratastrain was inoculated in YPD-liquid medium and grown for 14-16 h at 30ºC withcontinuous shaking at 200 rpm. Overnight cultures were reinoculated in YPD medium to an initial OD600of 0.1 andgrown for another 4 h. These log-phase cells were harvested by
    1. insert of 1:3 for sticky end ligations. Ligation mix was incubated either at 22°C for 30 min or 16°C for 14-16 h. After incubation, T4DNA ligase was inactivated at 65°C for 20 min
    2. After restriction enzyme digestion, digested products were resolved on agarose gels, and desired DNA fragments were extracted from the gel. Otherwise digested DNA fragments were precipitated by Phenol-choloroform-isoamyl alcohol method. Concentration of gel extracted or precipitated fragments were determined using spectrophotometer and ligation reactions were set up using a molar ratio