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 pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno
  • pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno
  • pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno

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    上架时间:2011/8/21 0:00:00
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    Genscript pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno is an adenoviral siRNA shuttle vector. It is compatible with the Stratagene AdEasy Adenoviral Vector System. The vector is designed for transfection in mammalian cells. An H1 promoter is used to drive siRNA expression.

    Description: Genscript pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno is an adenoviral siRNA shuttle vector. It is compatible with the Stratagene AdEasy Adenoviral Vector System. The vector is designed for transfection in mammalian cells. An H1 promoter is used to drive siRNA expression. The vector contains a cGFP marker under the control of cytomegalovirus (CMV) promoter*, which can be used to track transfection efficiency. The vector also contains a kanamycin resistance gene for transformant selection. LITR and RITR regions are available in this vector for recombinant viral DNA replication.

    pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno
    pRNAT-H1.1/Adeno
    Download Protocol:tm0165
    Forward Sequencing Primer:
    DA0013:pRNA-H1 Forward (TAATACGACTCACTATAGGG)
    Reverse Sequencing Primer:
    DA0014:pShuttle-H1.1 Reverse (CAAAACTACATAAGACCCCCAC)
    Detailed Map:
    pBR322 origin:5602-6269
    Kanamycin:7059-7850
    Polylinker:2112-2141
    H1 Promoter:2012-2111
    CMV Promoter:1944-1356
    cGFP:1333-622
    Publications used this GenScript Product:
  • Kawamori D, Kaneto H, Nakatani Y, Matsuoka TA, Matsuhisa M, Hori M, Yamasaki Y. The forkhead transcription factor Foxo1 bridges the JNK pathway and the transcription factor PDX-1 through its intracellular translocation. J. Biol. Chem. Jan 2006; 281 (2) :1091-1098
  • Little G, Bai Y, Williams T, Poizat C. Nuclear caMKIIdelta preferentially transmits signals to HDAC4 in cardiac cells. J. Biol. Chem. Mar 2007; 282 (10) :7219-7231
  • Taka-aki Matsuoka, Hideaki Kaneto, Roland Stein, Takeshi Miyatsuka, Dan Kawamori, Eva Henderson, Itaru Kojima, Munehide Matsuhisa, Masatsugu Hori, and Yoshimitsu Yamasaki. MafA regulates expression of genes important to islet ?cell function. Molecular Endocrinology. Nov 2007; 21 (11) :2764 - 2774
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