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ARe17H05 - NRCD Human cDNA Clone

Catalog Number HKR046973
Clone Name ARe17H05
Clone info. Plasmid clone of human FGF2 cDNA with SV40 promoter
Vector(1) pKA1U5
Sequence, submitted(3) n.a.
Note match to NM_002006.6 (128-4028) CDS:parcial/var
Sequence, refered NM_002006.6 (NCBI RefSeq mRNA)
Gene Symbol and ID(4) FGF2 (NCBI Gene 2247)  other clone of FGF2 in our bank
Protein Name fibroblast growth factor 2


  NCBI Gene

  NCBI RefSeq

(1) Please refer below or Vector Backbone at NRCD Human cDNA Clone HP.
pKA1U5 (accession no. AB191256 (map of pKA1U5)
pGCAP1 (accession no. AB191257 (map of pGCAP1)
pGCAP10 (accession no. AB371573 (map of pGCAP10)
(2) 5' terminal sequence of insert provided by the depositor.
(3) Actual nucleotide sequence (could be partial) of this clone submitted to the DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ).
(4) Gene ID was determined by the 5' terminal sequence by the depositor.

Please note that 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.

Distribution information

Plasmid request [in Japanese] [in English]

Catalog # Clone name Shipping form Fee (non-profit org.)
HKR046973 ARe17H05 DNA solution

How to cite this biological resource

Materials & Methods section:

The ARe17H05 was provided by the RIKEN BRC through the National BioResource Project of the MEXT, Japan (cat. HKR046973).

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
(Insert 5')
Seq File
(Insert 3')
Seq File
(Upstream of poly(A))
Seq File
PDF File
ARe17H05a.seq   ARe17H05c.seq ARe17H05z.seq ARe17H05.pdf

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user_report Horigome, T., Sulfated glycosaminoglycans and non-classically secreted proteins, basic FGF and epimorphin, coordinately regulate TGF-beta-induced cell behaviors of human scar dermal fibroblasts. J. Dermatol. Sci. 86 (2): 132-141 (2017). PMID 28209294.


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