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The pET-3a-d vectors carry an N-terminal T7•Tag® sequence and BamH I cloning site. These vectors are the precursors to many pET family vectors; the pET-23a-d(+) series corresponds to pET-3a-d but incorporates several additional features. Note that the sequence is numbered by the pBR322 convention, so the T7 expression region is reversed on the vector map (TB026).
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.
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