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06/D01 - S. pombe Postgenome Database Clone

Available from Ordering information ordering information
Clone ID at the S. pombe Postgenome Database 06/D01
NCBI Gene ID 2539210
Gene Symbol SPCC2H8.05c
Protein Name sequence orphan
Synonym SPCC2H8.05c|SPCC63.01c
RefSeq Protein
PomBase(1) link 01
KEGG(2) link 01
Depositor-supplied data(3) link 01
Note 24G:A / 307T:C(4)

Gene Engineering Division has digested by restriction enzymes and sequenced a portion of the resource for verification. The result is shown below if available.

Entry vector

Catalog number SPW002473
Clone name SpENT06D01
Clone status confirmation required

FFH Vector(5)

Catalog number SPW042473
Clone name SpFFH06D01
Clone status confirmation required

YFH Vector(6)

Catalog number SPW082473
Clone name SpYFH06D01
Clone status confirmation required
user report - reference Yu, Y., A proteome-wide visual screen identifies fission yeast proteins localizing to DNA double-strand breaks. DNA Repair (Amst)., 12 (6): 433-443 (2013). PMID 23628481.

Please note that they are GENOMIC clones.
Please visit plasmidData Sheet for the information of vectors and sequence primers.

(1) The PomBase, funded by the Wellcome Trust and is run by a consortium comprising the University of Cambridge, the European Bioinformatics Institute and University College London.

(2) The Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes of the Kanehisa Laboratories in the Bioinformatics Center of Kyoto University and the Human Genome Center of the University of Tokyo.

(3) Primer sequences for constructing an entry clone and known sequence variation are available at this site, the S. pombe Postgenome Database of the Chemical Geneitcs Laboratory, RIKEN.

(4) Remarks by the Depositor.

(5) FLAG2-His6-tag clone.

(6) YFP-FLAG-His6-tag clone.

(7) Reference of clones: Matsuyama, A., Nature Biotech., 24, 841-847 (2006).


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