pCambia1381Xa Plant Expression Vector

pCambia1381Xa Plant Expression Vector

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Vector contains kanamycin resistance gene for bacterial selection and hygromycin B resistance gene for plant selection. Also incorporates the gusA reporter gene with no start codon to allow fusion of your gene to gusA with reading frame a.

pCambia1381Xa Plant Expression Vector

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This vector is used for the transfection of plants with exogenous genes to study their function in planta.

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SKU M1599
Unit Size 20μg
References
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