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Vector Database


Welcome to Vector Database!

Vector database is a digital collection of vector backbones assembled from publications and commercially available sources. This is a free resource for the scientific community that is compiled by Addgene.

This page is informational only - this vector is NOT available from Addgene - please contact the manufacturer for further details.

This vector is NOT available from Addgene.

Plasmid: pSub201

Source/Vendor: UNC Chapel Hill Gene Therapy Center
Analyze: Sequence
Plasmid Type: Unspecified
Cloning Method: Unknown
Size: 8310
Tag 1: n/a
Bacterial Resistance: Ampicillin
Notes:
pSub201 was first described in the Journal of Virology (volume 61, number 10, pp.3096-3101) October 1987 by Samulski et al. This vector contains all of the Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV-2) type 2 wild-type coding regions and cis acting terminal repeats cloned into a plasmid backbone. This vector is ideal for cloning, being that it was engineered in such a way that restriction digest with Xba I allows one to remove the AAV coding region while leaving the AAV terminal repeats intact in the plasmid backbone. This is very important because the terminal repeats are the only cis acting sequences required for recombinant virus production. This vector can be requested through the National Gene Vector Biorepository (NGVB)
Stable: Unspecified
Constitutive: Constitutive
Viral/Non-Viral: Adenoviral

Generated Plasmid Map

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