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pENTR4-H1

Expression vector of RNAi driven by human H1 promoter.

Catalog number RDB04395
Resource name pENTR4-H1
Clone info. Expression vector of RNAi driven by human H1 promoter. Frequently requested along with Gateway(R) destination vectors for constructing short hairpin RNA (shRNA) expressing vectors.
Vector backbone Plasmid
Selectable markers Kan^r
Gene/insert name Vector
Originator Miyoshi, Hiroyuki |

Distribution information

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Forms for plasmid request [in Japanese] [in English]
Terms and conditions for distribution The availability of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE is limited to a RECIPIENT of a not-for profit institution for a not-for-profit academic purpose.
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Sequence information

RIKEN BRC has sequenced portions of this material for quality test. Primers and the results are shown below.

Data are summerized on test sheet below.

Test sheet RDB08058_A5Bcp1.pdf

Nucleotide sequence of a portion of this resource (if available).

Primer: pDONR_R RDB08058_A5Bca.seq
>04395_08058_A5Bc_pDONR.R_H10_22.ab1
    1 GGCAGACGTC AGCTGGATGG CAATAATGAT TTTATTTTGA CTGATAGTGA CCTGTTCGTT
   61 GCAACAAATT GATAAGCAAT GCTTTCTTAT AATGCCAACT TTGTACAAGA AAGCTGGGTC
  121 TAGATATCTC GACTCTAGAG GATCCCCGGC AGATCTGTGG TCTCATACAG AACTTATAAG
  181 ATTCCCAAAT CCAAAGACAT TTCACGTTTA TGGTGATTTC CCAGAACACA TAGCGACATG
  241 CAAATATTGC AGGGCGCCAC TCCCCTGTCC CTCACAGCCA TCTTCCTGCC AGGGCGCACG
  301 CGCGCTGGGT GTTCCCGCCT AGTGACACTG GGCCCGCGAT TCCTTGGAGC GGGTTGATGA
  361 CGTCAGCGTT CGAATTCGGT ACCGGATCCA GTCGACTGAA TTGGTTCCCA TGGTGGAGCC
  421 TGCTTTTTTG TACAAAGTTG GCATTATAAA AAAGCATTGC TTATCAATTT GTTGCAACGA
  481 ACAGGTCACT ATCAGTCAAA ATAAAATCAT TATTTGGGGC CCGAGCTTAA GTAACTAACT
  541 AACAGGAAGA GTTTGTAGAA ACGCAAAAAG GCCATCCGTC AGGATGGCCT TCTGCTTAGT
  601 TTGATGCCTG GCAGTTTATG GCGGGCGTCC TGCCCGCCAC CCTCCGGGCC GTTGCTTCAC
  661 AACGTTCAAA TCCGCTCCCG GCGGATTTGT CCTACTCAGG AGAGCGTTCA CCGACAAACA
  721 ACAGATAAAA CGAAAGGCCC AGTCTTCCGA CTGAGCCTTT CGTTTTATTT GATGCCTGGC
  781 AGTTCCCTAC TCTCGCTTAG TAGTTAGACG TCCCCGAGAT CCATGCTAGC GGTAATACGG
  841 GTTATCCACA GAATCAGGGG ATAACGCAGG AAAGAAACAT GTGAGCAAAA GGCCAGCAAA
  901 AGGCCAGGAA CCGTAAAATG GCCGCGTTTG CTGGCGTTTT TCATAGGCTC CCGCCCCCCT
  961 GACGAGCAAT CACAAAAATC GGACGCCTCA AGGTCAGAAG GTGGCGAAGC CGACAGAACC
1021 TATAAAGATC AGCGTTCCCT GAGCTTCC
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References and tips

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References

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