pTriEx-mVenus-PA-Rac1-T17N
(Plasmid #22017)

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Available to Academic and Nonprofits Only

Backbone

  • Vector backbone
    pTriEx
  • Backbone manufacturer
    Novagen
  • Backbone size w/o insert (bp) 6000
  • Vector type
    Mammalian Expression, Bacterial Expression, Insect Expression

Growth in Bacteria

  • Bacterial Resistance(s)
    Ampicillin
  • Growth Temperature
    37°C
  • Growth Strain(s)
    DH5alpha
  • Copy number
    High Copy

Sequence Information

Full plasmid sequence is available only if provided by the depositing laboratory.

Gene/Insert

  • Gene/Insert name
    PA-Rac1-T17N
  • Alt name
    LOV(Leu404-Leu546)-Rac1(Ile4)-T17N
  • Species
    H. sapiens (human); Avena sativa (oat)
  • Insert Size (bp)
    1100
  • Mutation
    Rac1 starts at I4 and contains mutation T17N.
  • Tags / Fusion Proteins
    • 6X His (N terminal on backbone)
    • mVenus (N terminal on backbone)

Cloning Information

  • Cloning method Restriction Enzyme
  • 5′ cloning site Bam HI (not destroyed)
  • 3′ cloning site HindIII (not destroyed)
  • 5′ sequencing primer pTriExUP
  • (Common Sequencing Primers)

Resource Information

Depositor Comments

Protocols for production and use of Hahn lab biosensors and photoactivatable proteins can be found on their web page, at the URL below. If you have suggestions for the protocols or have any questions, please feel free to contact the Hahn lab. Good luck with your experiments!

Hahn lab biosensor protocol: http://www.hahnlab.com/tools/index.html

Please note, Addgene has not confirmed all the mutations associated with this construct. We suggest sequence verifying this plasmid upon receipt.

How to cite this plasmid

These plasmids were created by your colleagues. Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, cite the article in which the plasmids were described, and include Addgene in the Materials and Methods of your future publications.

  • For your Materials & Methods section:

    pTriEx-mVenus-PA-Rac1-T17N was a gift from Klaus Hahn (Addgene plasmid # 22017)
  • For your References section:

    A genetically encoded photoactivatable Rac controls the motility of living cells. Wu YI, Frey D, Lungu OI, Jaehrig A, Schlichting I, Kuhlman B, Hahn KM. Nature. 2009 Sep 3. 461(7260):104-8. 10.1038/nature08241 PubMed 19693014