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Top10 E. coli for ampicillin-resistant vector propagation of GST and human CB1 receptor (AA 414 to 442) fusion protein

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Top10 E. coli for ampicillin-resistant vector propagation of GST and human CB1 receptor (AA 414 to 442) fusion protein

Cat. #: 161637

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Inventor: Gontzal García del Caño

Institute: University of the Basque Country

Tool Details
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Tool Details

*FOR RESEARCH USE ONLY

  • Tool name: Top10 E. coli for ampicillin-resistant vector propagation of GST and human CB1 receptor (AA 414 to 442) fusion protein
  • Research fields: Biochemistry;Cell biology;Molecular Biology;Neurobiology
  • Sequence: Saumell-Esnaola M et al. 2022. Microb Cell Fact. 21(1):192. PMID: 36109736.
  • Description: E. coli strain for the production of plasmid DNA carrying ampicillin resistance and containing the IPTGinducible coding sequence for the polypeptide spanning amino acids 414 to 442 of the cytosolic tail of the human CB1 receptor (CB1414–442) fused to the C-terminus of the glutathione S-transferase (GST) tag.
  • Application: Production of the IPTG-inducible plasmid pGEX with the sequence encoding the GST-CB1414–442 fusion protein.

Handling

  • Storage conditions: -80° C
  • Shipping conditions: Frozen in dry ice

Application Details

  • Application: Production of the IPTG-inducible plasmid pGEX with the sequence encoding the GST-CB1414–442 fusion protein.

References

  • Saumell-Esnaola et al. 2022 Microb Cell Fact.21(1):192. PMID: 36109736
  • Gómez-Caballero et al. 2021. Mikrochim Acta. 188(11):368. PMID: 34618242.