pLCNICK plasmid from Sheng Yang

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pLCNICK

Cat. No.:
MC_0000244
Availability:
4 µg of lyophilized plasmid
(1 µg for low-copy plasmid)
Price:
$65
  • General
  • Specification
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  • Keywords CRISPR
    Vector Backbone pCas
    Source Member Deposit
    Depositor Sheng Yang
    Organization Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences (CEMPS), CAS
    Description CRISPR
    Publication X. Song, H. Huang, Z. Xiong, L. Ai, and S. Yang, \\\'Crispr-Cas9(D10a) Nickase-Assisted Genome Editing in Lactobacillus Casei\\\', Appl Environ Microbiol, 83 (2017).
    Plasmid Copy Low Copy
    Bacterial Resistance Kanamycin
    Growth Strain DH5-Alpha
    Growth Temperature 30°C
    Plasmid Size (bp) 14369
    Gene/Insert Name Cas9 nickase
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