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pcDNA3.1(+)-SIX1

Expression vector of human SIX homeobox 1 (SIX1).

Catalog number RDB15335
Resource name pcDNA3.1(+)-SIX1
Clone info. Expression vector of human SIX homeobox 1 (SIX1).
Expression was confirmed by the depositor with semi-quantitative RT-PCR.
Vector backbone pcDNA3.1 (Plasmid)
Size of vector backbone 5.4 kb
Selectable markers Amp^r (E. coli), Neo^r (mammalian cells).
Gene/insert name Human SIX1 cDNA
Depositor Sasaki, Hiroki |
 
Other clones in our bank human SIX1 (NCBI Gene 6495) |

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Terms and conditions set forth by the DEPOSITOR In publishing the research results obtained by use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, a citation of the following literature designated by the DEPOSITOR is requested (Nishimura, T, et al., Cancer Sci. 108(2), 216-225, 2017).
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RDB15335 pcDNA3.1(+)-SIX1 Under QC test. Please contact us. DNA solution

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Original reference

original Nishimura, T., SIX1 maintains tumor basal cells via transforming growth factor-beta pathway and associates with poor prognosis in esophageal cancer. Cancer Sci. 108 (2): 216-225 (2017). PMID 27987372.

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Sequence information

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


References

Original, user report and related articles

original Nishimura, T., SIX1 maintains tumor basal cells via transforming growth factor-beta pathway and associates with poor prognosis in esophageal cancer. Cancer Sci. 108 (2): 216-225 (2017). PMID 27987372.

2019.07.17

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