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Catalog #Name of cloneRunning titlePublication
RDB13447pLGFPBacterial expression plasmid of lgfp, IPTG-inducible. ColE1 origin and ampicillin resistance.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13448pHGFPBacterial expression plasmid of hgfp, IPTG-inducible. ColE1 origin and ampicillin resistance.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13449pLGFPmBacterial expression plasmid of lgfp, IPTG-inducible. p15A origin and ampicillin resistance.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13450pLGFPlBacterial expression plasmid of lgfp, IPTG-inducible. SC101 origin and ampicillin resistance.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13452pLGFP delta 2Bacterial expression plasmid of lgfp delta 2, IPTG-inducible. ColE1 origin and ampicillin resistance.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13457pPAHf1 phage infection-inducible hgfp.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).
RDB13460pTRE-G1Expression plasmid of Dox-inducible hu-lgfp in mammalian cells.Kobayashi, H., Inducible suppression of global translation by overuse of rare codons. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81 (7): 2544-2553 (2015). PMID 25636849. (original).

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