Invitrogen™ pBAD TOPO™ TA Expression Kit

Specifically designed for one-step cloning and regulated prokaryotic expression of Taq-amplified PCR products

Overview
Brand: Invitrogen™

Manufacturer Part Number: K430040

PBAD TOPO TA CLONING KIT 40 REACTIONS 00

UNSPSC: 41106602

Code: 50

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.10000kg



Product Code. 10414592

Quantity Price
1 £ 1030.0 / Each
Estimated Shipment date
from Supplier 16-12-2016
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For Research Use Only. All usage must comply with product instructions.
 

Description and Specification

Specification

Constitutive or Inducible System Inducible
Inducing Agent Arabinose
Includes Each pBAD TOPO TA Expression Kit contains two boxes and the LMG194 E. coli stab. The pBAD TOPO TA box contains all of the reagents necessary for PCR (except Taq polymerase), including 200ng of topoisomerase I-activated pBAD-TOPO vector, sterile water, dNTPs, 10X PCR buffer, salt solution, control template and primers, 20% L-arabinose, pBAD primers for sequencing or PCR screening, and an expression control plasmid. The box contains all of the reagents necessary for transformation, including single-use 50μL aliquots of TOP10 Chemically Competent E. coli, S.O.C. medium, and a supercoiled control plasmid.
Promoter araBAD
Selection Agent (Eukaryotic) None
Quantity 40 reactions
Vector pBAD
Storage Requirements The TOPO box should be stored at -20°C. Store cells at -80°C. Store the LMG194 E. coli stab at at 2 - 8°C. All reagents are guaranteed stable for 6 months when properly stored.
Protein Tag V5 Epitope Tag

  • Linearized, topoisomerase I-activated vector for 5-minute cloning of Taqamplified PCR products
  • araBAD promoter for tightly regulated expression in E. coli V5 epitope tag for detection with Anti-V5 Antibody
  • C-terminal polyhistidine (6xHis) tag for purification using nickel-chelating resin and detection with Anti-His(C-term) Antibody
  • Enterokinase cleavage site for removal of N-terminal leader peptide

Bacterial Expression, Protein Expression, Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis