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Products* Quick & Easy Conditional Knock Out Kit - FRT from Gene Bridges GmbH
Company Gene Bridges GmbH
Item * Quick & Easy Conditional Knock Out Kit - FRT
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Description This kit is designed for the fast and simple integration of FRT-sites into large vector plasmids at any position (for the generation of transgenic mouse models). The included FRT-PGK-gb2-neo-FRT cassette is designed to allow neomycin / kanamycin selection in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. It combines a prokaryotic promoter (gb2) for expression of kanamycin resistance in E.coli with a eukaryotic promoter (PGK) for expression of neomycin resistance in mammalian cells. The included pCI-FLPe expression plasmid codes for an improved Flp recombinase which shows a four to tenfold higher recombinational activity compared to the wildtype Flp enzyme at temperatures between 37C (optimal growth temperature for E.coli) and 40C (mouse body temperature). This kit can also be used to work on bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs). The generation of targeting constructs is achieved utilizing the high Red/ET efficiency plus the convenient removal of the Red/ET Recombineering protein expression plasmid pRedET after recombination.
The kit is available to academic researchers. Commercial organizations require a sub-license from Gene Bridges.

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Info Gene Bridges GmbH
Commercial Centre
Im Neuenheimer Feld 584
69120 Heidekberg, Germany
Customer Service: +49 (0)6221 13708 10
Fax Number: +49 (0)6221 13708 29
Web Site: http://www.Genebridges.com
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