Invitrogen™

Vivid Colors™ pcDNA™6.2/N-YFP-DEST Vector

Catalog number: V35820
Invitrogen™

Vivid Colors™ pcDNA™6.2/N-YFP-DEST Vector

Catalog number: V35820
Catalog Number
V35820
also known as V358-20
Unit Size
6 µg
Price (USD)
2,080.00
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V35820
also known as V358-20
6 µg
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The Vivid Colors™ Fluorescent Protein Gateway® Destination Vectors allow you to quickly and easily fuse a protein of interest to the widely used and well-characterized fluorescent proteins from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria (1,2) using the pcDNA™ 6.2 Gateway™ mammalian expression vector. These powerful Gateway® Technology vectors contain the next-generation EGFP, Emerald Green Fluorescent Protein (EmGFP), or the popular Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFP) for simple, non-invasive detection of recombinant protein. Both fluorescent proteins have been humanized for optimal mammalian expression (3). In addition, the Vivid Colors™ pcDNA™ 6.2 Fluorescent Protein Gateway® Vectors offer:

• CMV promoter for high-level expression of the recombinant fluorescent fusion protein
• Options to fuse EmGFP or YFP to the N- and C-terminus of your protein
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Product Line
Gateway™, Vivid Colors™, pcDNA™
Constitutive or Inducible System
Constitutive
Delivery Type
Transfection
Promoter
CMV
Product Type
Mammalian Expression Vector
Reporter Gene
YFP
Selection Agent (Eukaryotic)
Blasticidin
Key Functions
Reporter Assays, Subcellular Localization
Protein Tag
V5 Epitope Tag, YFP
Cloning Method
Gateway™
Vector
pDEST, pcDNA

Contents & Storage

Each vector is supplied as supercoiled and lyophilized plasmid DNA. Store at -20°C after resuspended. Guaranteed stable for 6 months when properly stored.

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