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      OverviewThe pET-21a-d(+) vectors carry an N-terminal T7•Tag® sequence plus an optional C-terminal His•Tag® sequence. These vectors differ from pET-24a-d(+) only by their selectable marker (ampicillin vs. kanamycin resistance). Note that the sequence is numbered by the pBR322 convention, so the T7 expression region is reversed on the vector map (TB036 ). The f1 origin is oriented so that infection with helper phage will produce virions containing single-stranded DNA that corresponds to the coding strand.

      The pET Vectors are supplied as purified plasmid DNA (10 µg). Each order of pET DNA also includes an Induction Control strain (supplied as a glycerol stock). Please contact technical service if you need additional information.

      This product is sold for internal research use only. Any commercial use of this product, its components, and/or any derivatives thereof (including but not limited to proteins produced using the product or its components) (together and hereinafter the 'EMD Product') requires signature of a written commercial use agreement with EMD Millipore Corporation or its successor-in-interest. Commercial use shall include but not be limited to: (1) use of the EMD Product to manufacture products for sale to third parties; (2) use of the EMD Product to provide services, information, or data to third parties in exchange for consideration; (3) use of the EMD Product for therapeutic, diagnostic or prophylactic purposes (including as part of a device, chip, assay or other product); or (4) resale of the EMD Product, whether or not such EMD Product is resold for research use. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to represent or warrant that additional third party rights are not required for use of the EMD Product. Please direct any questions on these use restrictions to:
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    • User Protocols

      TB053 Academic and Non-profit Laboratory Assurance Letter
      TB055 pET System Manual
      TB555, Mitochondrial Complex II Activity Assay

      Vector Map

      TB036VM pET-21a-d(+) Vector Map

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