MolecularCloud plasmid repository includes plasmids shared by researchers, gRNA plasmids and ORF plasmids from GenScript. We are dedicated to facilitating your research while saving time and money.
The replicon is comprised of the origin of replication (ori) and all of its control elements. The ori is the place where DNA replication begins, enabling a plasmid to reproduce itself as it must to survive within cells (Addgene). F1 is a phage-derived ori that allows for the ...Learn More
Working in a molecular biology lab, you may be expected to replicate plasmids. But to do that, you’ll first need to understand the mechanisms behind it all. What is it that drives plasmid replication? The answers lie in the Origin of Replication.
Can I get free plasmid with T7 promoter and 6x histag for protein expression
Hello! I want to request the following two plsmids(pcrF11, pHT-XCR2 ) . please let me know what I should do to get access! https://www.molecularcloud.org/plasmid/pcrF11/MC-0068419.html https://www.molecularcloud.org/plasmid/pHT-XCR2/MC-0101074.html Thank you!
As an open biological material sharing platform, MolecularCloud has received 100+ plasmids this year from Cloud Scientists for genome editing in E. coil, Yeast, Mammalian, Rice, Plant, Bacillus subtilis, etc. Here, I want to share some of those popular plasmids with you.CRISPR ...Learn More
MolecularCloud plasmid deposits provide free lifetime plasmid storage service. In additional, through personal management center, you can choose whether to show and share your plasmids to scientists around the world. Plasmid sharing will maximize the value of the plasmid, promote your research, and promote collaboration between industry and research.
Submit the basic information of plasmid(s)
Sign the Material Transfer Agreement (MTA)
Mail your plasmid(s) to MolecularCloud
QA by MolecularCloud
MolecularCloud prepare plasmid and send to the scientist
Other scientists request plasmid and sign MTA
Storage and share
Choose whether to share your plasmids