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pEF-BOSneo-mNotch1 RAMIC

Expression vector of mouse Notch1 intracellular region

Catalog number RDB06771
Resource name pEF-BOSneo-mNotch1 RAMIC
Alternative name #12249
Clone info. Expression vector of mouse Notch1 intracellular region. RAMIC is tagged with 6x Myc epitope sequence.
Insertion of 12 amino acids sequence of myc-tag (SEQKLISEEDlS) was identified between 2,293 and 2,294aa corresponding Fig.1 of Kato, H., FEBS Lett. 395: 221-224, 1996 (Feb.17, 2017).
Vector backbone pEF-BOS neo (Plasmid)
Selectable markers Amp^r
Gene/insert name Mouse Notch gene homolog 1 cDNA
Depositor|Developer Honjo, Tasuku |
 
Other clones in our bank mouse Notch1 (NCBI Gene 18128) |

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Terms and conditions set forth by the DEPOSITOR RECIPIENT agrees to use the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE only for academic research in the non-profit organization. For use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE by a for-profit institution, the RECIPIENT must obtain a prior written consent from the Kyoto University Medical Science and Business Liaison Organization Liaison Office (contracts@kumbl.med.kyoto-u.ac.jp). In publishing the research results obtained by use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, a citation of the following literature(s) designated by DEPOSITOR (FEBS Lett., 395, 221-224, 1996) and an acknowledgment to Depositor are requested. When requested by the DEPOSITOR, RIKEN BRC informs the DEPOSITOR on the name of resource, RECIPIENT's name and his/her affiliation, purpose of the use, and number of resources.
Additional terms and conditions for distribution Regarding pEF-BOS and pEF-BOS-EX vectors: The RECIPIENT agrees to use the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE only for academic research in the non-profit organization. RECIPIENT shall contact Dr. Shigekazu Nagata in the case of any commercial use of the pEF-BOS or pEF-BOS-EX vectors. In publishing the research results obtained by use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, a citation of the following literature designated by Dr. Shigekazu Nagata (Mizushima S. and Nagata S.I, Nucleic Acids Res. 18: 5322, 1990) and an acknowledgment to Dr. Shigekazu Nagata are requested.
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RDB06771 pEF-BOSneo-mNotch1 RAMIC DNA solution

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References and tips

Electronic file

Original reference

original Kato, H., Functional conservation of mouse Notch receptor family members. FEBS Lett., 395, 221-224 (1996). PMID 8898100.

Further references such as user reports and related articles (go to bottom)

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Sequence information

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Test sheet RDB18622_B0Jlp1-1.pdf check

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

Primer: EF1a-C_F
Region: EF-1 alpha pro,6xMyc,insert 5'
Sequence file: RDB18622_B0Jla.seq check
>06771_18622_B0Jl_1_EF1a-C_F_F09_06_ABI08.ab1
    1 NNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNTTT NNANTTTGGN NCTTGGTTCN TTCTCNAGCC TCAGACAGTG
   61 GTTCAAAGTT TTTTTCTTCC ATTTCAGGTG TCGTGAGGAA TTCTCTGACG GTATCGATTT
  121 AAAGCTATGG AGCAAAAGCT CATTTCTGAA GAGGACTTGA ATGAAATGGA GCAAAAGCTC
  181 ATTTCTGAAG AGGACTTGAA TGAAATGGAG CAAAAGCTCA TTTCTGAAGA GGACTTGAAT
  241 GAAATGGAGC AAAAGCTCAT TTCTGAAGAG GACTTGAATG AAATGGAGCA AAAGCTCATT
  301 TCTGAAGAGG ACTTGAATGA AATGGAGAGC TTGGGCGACC TCACCATGGA GCAAAAGCTC
  361 ATTTCTGAAG AGGACTTGAA TTCCCGCAAG CGCCGGCGGC AGCATGGCCA GCTCTGGTTC
  421 CCTGAGGGTT TCAAAGTGTC AGAGGCCAGC AAGAAGAAGC GGAGAGAGCC CCTCGGCGAG
  481 GACTCAGTCG GCCTCAAGCC CCTGAAGAAT GCCTCAGATG GTGCTCTGAT GGACGACAAT
  541 CAGAACGAGT GGGGAGACGA AGACCTGGAG ACCAAGAAGT TCCGGTTTGA GGAGCCAGTA
  601 GTTCTCCCTG ACCTGAGTGA TCAGACTGAC CACAGGCAGT GGACCCAGCA GCACCTGGAC
  661 GCTGCTGACC TGCGCATGTC TGCCATGGCC CCAACACCGC CTCAGGGGGA GGTGGATGCT
  721 GACTGCATGG ATGTCAATGT TCGAGGACCA GATGGCTTCA CACCCCTCAT GATTGCCTCC
  781 TGCAGTGNAN GGGGCCTTGA GACANGCAAC AGTGAANAAN AANAAGANGC ACCTGCTGNC
  841 ATCTCTGANN NCNTCTACNN NGGCGNCAGC TTGCACAACC AGANAGACCG CNNCNGGGGA
  901 GANCGNCTNN CACTTGNCTG CCNNANACTC TCNTTCANAN GCTNNNAANC GCTNGNTNGN
961 NNGNNANNGN NNNNNNNNN
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Primer: RDB06771#1
Region: insert mid(insert -Myc-insert )
Sequence file: RDB18622_B0Jlb.seq check
>06771_18622_B0Jl_1_RDB06771#1_H01_08_ABI08.ab1
    1 NNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNGGNG TGCNNAGGCA GANTGCTGGG GCCCAGCGGT TGTACATCTG
   61 CCTGACTGGG CTCCCCACTC AAGAAGCTCC GGCCCAGGTG CCCATTGGCT GCCGAGCTCA
  121 CACTGAGGTG TGGCTGTGAT GGTGGCTGCA GGTTCTGAGG CTGGAGCTGT AAGTTCTGTG
  181 GCTGCACCTG CTGGGTCTGC ACCAGGTGAG GCTGTGTTGC CAGCCGTGTG TTGGGCAGGC
  241 CCTGGTAAAT AATCGGGGAC AAGGTATTGG TGGAGAGGCT GCTGTGTAGT GGCCCCATCA
  301 TGCTATGCTG GAGGCCAGCT GCCTGTGTGC TCAGTGTGCC CGGCGTCACA CCCGGCCGTA
  361 GTGGGTTGTA CTGGCTGGGC ACCATGCCAT TCTGGAGCCG GGGAAGCCAC TCACACTGGC
  421 CATTCAAGCT TAGGTCCTCT TCAGAAATGA GCTTTTGCTC GGAGCTTGCC GGTGCACCCA
  481 CGGTGAAATT CATAGCCCCC GTGCCATTGG TACTCAGCAC TGTGCTGGCA CTGGAGGCTA
  541 CAGGCAGGTG GGAGAGGCGT GGCGGGGGTG GCTCANAGGC CAACCGGCTA CCTCCAGCCA
  601 GTGCTGCCAT CTCANGCTTG GCTGCCACAT TNNAGTGGCT GANGCCCAGG TGANTGTCNN
  661 NCATACCANG CNNNGGCTGA NANGNATNNN NGGANACTGC TNNNNNGGGG ANGGNNNNNN
721 NGGGNNNNNN NNNN
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Primer: hGCSF_R
Region: hGCSF-3'UTR+pA,insert 3'
Sequence file: RDB18622_B0Jlc.seq check
>06771_18622_B0Jl_1_hGCSF_R_H01_08_ABI08.ab1
    1 NNNNNNNNNN NCNNNNNGTC CNNGGNGGGG NNCCTCACTC TACTAGAACT AGTGGATCCC
   61 CAATTCATGT CTTACGGTCA AGGTTTTTTT TTTTCGATTT TGGAAAGAAG CAATCAATAA
  121 ATAAACAGCA TTTACAAATC ATGAATCCTT GTTCATATTT TACAGACACA CAGGGAACTT
  181 CACCCTGACC AGGAAAATCA AGGCTCTGAG AACTAGTTTA TTTTCTTGGA ACAGATATGT
  241 TTTTCCCTAG TGCCATAGAA AACAATACAT ATAAATAAAA AGGCAGTGTT TCTGTGGAAA
  301 ATAAAAGTAC ATAAATAAAT ACTAAAAAAA AAAATGGAAA TTCTTGTCCT CTTATTTTGT
  361 ATAAAAACAT TTTTTAAAAG GCTCCTTTGG TCGCCCCAGC ATCCTGAAGC ACTGGAAAGG
  421 ACTCCCAACA GGGCTTGGGA ACGGAAGCTG GGGTCCTGCA TCCCACATCT CTGTTTATTT
  481 AAATGCCTCT GGAATGTGGG TGATCTGGGA CGGCATGGTG GTGGGCGGGC TGGAGATGCC
  541 CTCGGACCAA TCAGAGATGT TGGAATGCGG GGAGGAGCTG GACCACTGGT CAGGGGACTC
  601 AGGGGANGGG GTGAGGAAGG NGTGCTCTGG CACCTGCAGC TGGTGGCTGG GGGTGTTGTC
  661 CACAGGGGAN GNNNAGTNNC TGNGCTGGNN ANGANGGGTC NNNNNCTGGN NANNNNNNNT
721 GGNNNGNNNN NNNNNN
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Primer: Neo-M_R
Region: NeoR, TK pro
Sequence file: RDB18622_B0Jld.seq check
>06771_18622_B0Jl_1_Neo-M_R_H09_08_ABI08.ab1
    1 NNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNTTC NNNNCTTNNG TGNCNACNNT CGAGCACAGC
   61 TGCGCAAGGA ACGCCCGTCG TGGCCNGCCA CGATAGCCGC GCTGCCTCGT CCTGCAGTTC
  121 ATTCAGGGCA CCGGACAGGT CGGTCTTGAC AAAAAGAACC GGGCGCCCCT GCGCTGACAG
  181 CCGGAACACG GCGGCATCAG AGCAGCCGAT TGTCTGTTGT GCCCAGTCAT AGCCGAATAG
  241 CCTCTCCACC CAAGCGGCCG GAGAACCTGC GTGCAATCCA TCTTGTTCAA TGGCCGATCC
  301 CATATTGGCT GCAGGGTCGC TCGGTGTTCG AGGCCACACG CGTCACCTTA ATATGCGAAG
  361 TGGACCTGGG ACCGCGCCGC CCCGACTGCA TCTGCGTGTT CGAATTCGCC AATGACAAGA
  421 CGCTGGGCGG GGTTTGCTCG ACATTGGGTG GAAACATTCC AGGCCTGGGT GGAGAGGCTT
  481 TTTGCTTCCT CTTGCAAAAC CACACTGCTC GACATTGGGT GGAAACATTC CAGGCCTGGG
  541 TGGAGAGGCT TTTTGCTTCC TCTTGAAAAC CACACTGCTC GACTGGCGAA AGGGGGATGT
  601 GCTGCAAGGC GATTAAGTTG GGTAACGCCA GGGTTTTCCC AGTCACGACG TTGTAAAACG
661 ACGGCCAGTG AATTCGNNNT TTNNTTNNNN NNNNNTNNNN NNNTTNNNNN NNNNN
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References

Original, user report and related articles

original Kato, H., Functional conservation of mouse Notch receptor family members. FEBS Lett., 395, 221-224 (1996). PMID 8898100.
user report Yoneyama, T., Notch Inhibitors from Calotropis gigantea That Induce Neuronal Differentiation of Neural Stem Cells. J. Nat. Prod. 80 (9): 2453-2461 (2017). PMID 28817274.
user report Kitajima, K., Wnt signaling regulates left-right axis formation in the node of mouse embryos. Dev. Biol., 380 (2): 222-232 (2013). PMID 23707899.
user report Saito, Y., Casitas B-cell lymphoma mutation in childhood T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Leuk Res., 36 (8): 1009-1015 (2012). PMID 22591685.
user report O'Brien, L.L., Wt1a, Foxc1a, and the Notch mediator Rbpj physically interact and regulate the formation of podocytes in zebrafish. Dev. Biol., 358 (2): 318-330 (2011). PMID 21871448.

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