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W01A049O20 - GNP Human cDNA Entry Clone

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Catalog Number HGE019956
Clone Name W01A049O20
Clone info. Plasmid clone of human PRRT2 cDNA - Entry clone
Vector pENTR-TOPO Click for information
Origin(1) IRAK013H15 [link]
Accession ID of Origin(1) BC011405 [link]
Sequence, refered (NCBI RefSeq mRNA) NM_145239
Gene Symbol PRRT2 (NCBI Gene 112476)  other clone of PRRT2 in our bank
Protein Name proline rich transmembrane protein 2


  NCBI Gene

  NCBI RefSeq

(1) GNP Gateway® entry clone was constructed from the open reading frame (ORF) amplified by PCR. ORF information might be updated by now and thus actual insert could differ from the latest version.

Please note that
   1. this clone may have a stop codon,
   2. ORF information is same as the original clone used for PCR template,
   3. clone may contain mismatches compared to the sequence of original clone because of PCR error,
   4. Depositor has not confirmed the insert by sequencing analysis.
   5. the information was bioinformatically annotated and that this information may not reflect the most recent annotation of the reference sequence. You should carefully check the insert sequence provided by us to make sure that it matches the sequence you expect.

Please visit a web site of the Life Technologies for datail of the Gateway® Technology:

Distribution information

Catalog # Clone name Shipping form Fee (non-profit org.)
HGE019956 W01A049O20 DNA solution

Sequence information

Full length sequence and restriction map are not available.

This clone has been sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for verification. Results are available as below!

Seq File
(by primer A)
Seq File
(by primer B)
Seq File
PDF File
W01A049O20a.seq W01A049O20b.seq   W01A049O20.pdf

Please visit Data Sheet for the information of vectors and sequence primers.

References and tips

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user_report Hatta, D., Activity-dependent cleavage of dyskinesia-related proline-rich transmembrane protein 2 (PRRT2) by calpain in mouse primary cortical neurons. FASEB J. 34 (1): 180-191 (2020). PMID 31914621.


GNP_entry_W01A_2022Apr03.csv -