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pHalo-NT-Lys 

Mammalian expression vector of HaloTag(R) 7-tagged nontoxic Lysenin.

Catalog number RDB19208
Resource name pHalo-NT-Lys 
Clone info. Mammalian expression vector of HaloTag(R) 7-tagged nontoxic Lysenin.
Expression was confirmed by the depositor with microscopy.
Vector backbone pEGFP-C1 (EGFP was replaced with HaloTag® 7) (plasmid)
Selectable markers Kanamycin (E. coli), Neomycin (mammalian cell)
Gene/insert name Eisenia fetida Lysenin cDNA
Depositor|Developer Abe, Mitsuhiro |
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Eisenia fetida Lysenin

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            Original reference

            original Abe, M., PMP2/FABP8 induces PI(4,5)P2-dependent transbilayer reorganization of sphingomyelin in the plasma membrane. Cell Rep. 37 (6): 109935 (2021).

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            original Abe, M., PMP2/FABP8 induces PI(4,5)P2-dependent transbilayer reorganization of sphingomyelin in the plasma membrane. Cell Rep. 37 (6): 109935 (2021).

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