BacPlaque Agarose from Novagen
Description:... Agarose overlays are commonly used in baculovirus plaque
assays. Many commercial "DNA grade" agaroses either contain contaminants ... to obtain good overlays. Novagen's BacPlaque Agarose is pre-qualified in plaque
assays and transfections to ensure consistent ....
Baculovirus system service from Abgent
Description:... Services include subcloning of gene in baculoviral expression vector, transfection of insect cells, isolation and plaque
purification of ten clones, generation of 0.5L high-titer virus stock for one clone, protein expression and tag purification from 1L insect cell ...
TriEx Insect Expression Medium from Novagen
Description:... from the pTriEx-1.14 vectors. Please note that our Ready-Plaque Sf9 Cells and BacVector Insect Cell Medium are recommended for initial transfection, plaque
assays, and generation of virus ....
4% Agarose Gel from Invitrogen
Description:... Agarose for baculovirus plaque
assays which allow optimal growth of plated insect ....
BacVector Insect Cell Medium from Novagen
Description:... medium, Sf9 cultures routinely reach densities greater than 1 * 107 cells/ml with viabilities above 95%. This medium is also recommended for plaque
assays, where color from X-gluc staining of pBACgus recombinants develops faster than other formulations. Cells can be transferred directly from ...
BacMagic™ DNA Kit from Novagen
Description:... in insect cells. The kit improves on the traditional method for generating recombinant baculoviruses by eliminating the time-consuming steps of plaque
purification. The BacMagic DNA is an AcNPV genome with a portion of the essential open reading frame (ORF) 1629 deleted and a bacterial artificial ...
Sf9 Insect Cells from Novagen
Description:... frozen Sf9 Insect Cells are derived from the Spodoptera frugiperda Sf21 cell line and are pretested for optimal growth, use in transfections, plaque
assays, virus production, and protein expression. The cells are frozen in a protocol that optimizes recovery of viable cells after thawing. They are ...