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pAcHLT-A-BFP from BD Biosciences Pharmingen

ProductspAcHLT-A-BFP from BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Company BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Item pAcHLT-A-BFP
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Description The pACHLT-A-BFP Baculovirus Transfer Vector is a derivative of the pAcHLT-A Vector (Cat. No. 554793). It contains the gene for blue fluorescent protein (BFP), followed by a 6xHis tag and a multiple cloning site (MCS). Foreign genes are expressed as BFP-6xHis fusion proteins when cloned into one of the available restriction enzyme sites (EcoR I, Stu I, Sac I, Not I, Pst I, Kpn I, Sma I or Bgl II). The presence of the BFP coding sequence allows the visualization of fusion proteins.
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