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* Quick & Easy Conditional Knock Out Kit - FRT from Gene Bridges GmbH

Description: This kit is designed for the fast and simple integration of FRT-sites into large vector plasmids at any position (for the generation of transgenic mouse models). The included FRT-PGK-gb2-neo-FRT cassette is designed to allow neomycin / kanamycin selection in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. It com...
Company:Gene Bridges GmbH

FRT flanked Ampicillin Selection Cassette (FRT-amp-FRT) from Gene Bridges GmbH

Description:...n efficiency than the generally used Tn5 promoter. A synthetic polyadenylation signal terminates the ampicillin expression. The cassette is flanked by frt sites for later excision by Flp recombinase. Unique Not I and Xho I sites flank the cassette for convenient cloning with restriction sites. Using t...
Company:Gene Bridges GmbH

FRT flanked, Pro and Euk. Neomycin Selection Cassette plus loxP site(FRT-PGK-gb2-neo-FRT-loxP) from Gene Bridges GmbH

Description:... (PGK) is used as the eukaryotic promoter. A synthetic polyadenylation signal terminates the kanamycin/neomycin expression. The cassette is flanked by frt sites for later excision by Flp recombinase. An additional single loxP site is located at the 3 end of the cassette. Unique Not I, Xho I and Hind ...
Company:Gene Bridges GmbH

FRT flanked, Pro and Euk. Neomycin Selection Cassette (FRT-PGK-gb2-neo-FRT) from Gene Bridges GmbH

Description:...gene (PGK) is used as eukaryotic promoter. A synthetic polyadenylation signal terminates the kanamycin/neomycin expression. The cassette is flanked by frt sites for later excision by Flp recombinase. Unique Not I and Xho I sites flank the cassette for convenient cloning with restriction sites. Using t...
Company:Gene Bridges GmbH
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