Resource data sheet

pSTAT RE-TK hRluc(F)

Reporter construct of STAT response element

Catalog number RDB05616
Resource name pSTAT RE-TK hRluc(F)
Alternative name 2471C4F
Clone info. STAT response element is cloned into the BglII site of phRL-TK, and the BglII site is killed by the cloning. The nucleotide sequence of the STAT response element is 5'-gatccagttcccgtcaatcg-3'.
The nucleotide sequence of the element was determined. Function of the inserted element has not been examined by the depositor.
Vector backbone phRL-TK (Plasmid)
Size of vector backbone 4.0 kb
Selectable markers Amp^r
Gene/insert name Artificial STAT response element synthesized
Depositor Yokoyama, Kazunari |

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RDB05616 pSTAT RE-TK hRluc(F) DNA solution

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Sequence information

This clone will be sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for examination.



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