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pUC19 derivate

pUC19 is one of a series of plasmid cloning vectors created by Joachim Messing and co-workers. The designation "pUC" is derived from the classical "p" prefix (denoting "plasmid") and the abbreviation for the University of California, where early work on the plasmid series had been conducted.[2] It is a circular double stranded DNA and has 2686 base pairs.[3] pUC19 is one of the most widely used vector molecules as the recombinants, or the cells into which foreign DNA has been introduced, can be easily distinguished from the non-recombinants based on color differences of colonies on growth media. pUC18 is similar to pUC19, but the MCS region is reversed.

  • Part ID EV55WV
  • Name pUC19 derivate
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  • Part Status Obsolete
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  • Length 2686
  • Source Organism Other/Unknown/Synthetic
  • Suitable for
    • E. coli
  • Registry Code -
  • Contains
  • Created by Explora Biotech
  • Created at Jan. 5, 2017, 4:42 p.m.
  • Last Edit July 26, 2019, 10:25 a.m.