70073 pET-30 Xa/LIC Vector Kit - Novagen

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          OverviewThe pET-30 Xa/LIC vector is an Xa/LIC version of pET-30b(+). It is designed for cloning and high-level expression of target proteins fused with the His•Tag® and S®Tag™ coding sequences that are cleavable with Factor Xa protease. The plasmid contains a strong T7lac promoter, an optimized RBS, the coding sequence for the Xa protease cleavage site (IleGluGlyArg↓), and a multiple cloning site that contains restriction enzyme sites found in many other Novagen expression vectors to facilitate insert transfer. An optional C-terminal His•Tag coding sequence is compatible with purification, detection, and quantification...




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        • User Protocols

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          TB055 pET System Manual
          TB163 Ek/LIC Cloning Kits
          TB184 Xa/LIC Cloning Kits

          Vector Map

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          TB185VM pET-30 Xa/LIC Vector Map

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