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5 Results for:  rickettsia

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Plasmids, Strains, and Pooled Libraries 1–5 of 5

  1. pRAM18dSFA[MCS] Empty backbone
    Plasmid
    #84685
    Depositor
    Purpose
    Can be used for the transformation of rickettsia
    Use
    Tags
    None
    Expression
    Bacterial
    Mutation
    None
  2. pRAM18dSGK[MCS] Empty backbone
    Plasmid
    #84684
    Depositor
    Purpose
    Can be used for the transformation of rickettsia
    Use
    Tags
    None
    Expression
    Bacterial
    Mutation
    None
  3. pRAM18dRGA[MCS] Empty backbone
    Plasmid
    #84683
    Depositor
    Purpose
    Can be used for the transformation of rickettsia
    Use
    Tags
    None
    Expression
    Bacterial
    Mutation
    None
  4. pCis GFPuv-SS Himar1 A7 Empty backbone
    Plasmid
    #84686
    Depositor
    Purpose
    Can be used for the transformation of rickettsia, anaplasma and ehrlichia. Uses the Himar1 transposon system, with the A7 allele and both transposase and transposon contained in one plasmid.
    Use
    Tags
    None
    Expression
    Bacterial
    Mutation
    None
  5. pCis mCherry-SS Himar1 A7 Empty backbone
    Plasmid
    #84687
    Depositor
    Purpose
    Can be used for the transformation of rickettsia, anaplasma and ehrlichia. Uses the Himar1 transposon system, with the A7 allele and both transposase and transposon contained in one plasmid.
    Use
    Tags
    None
    Expression
    Bacterial
    Mutation
    None