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    pJL44 - Phsp16.48::MosTase::glh-2utr
    Gene/insert name: Phsp-16::Mos1 transposase
    Insert size (bp): 2279
    Species of gene(s): C. elegans (nematode)
    Vector backbone: N/A (Search Vector Database)
    Type of vector: Worm expression
    Backbone size (bp): 4809
    5' Sequencing primer: n/a (List of Sequencing Primers)
    Bacteria resistance: Ampicillin
    High or low copy: High Copy
    Grow in standard E. coli @ 37C: Yes
    Plasmid Provided In: DH5a
    Principal Investigator: Erik Jorgensen
    Comments: This plasmid was made by Dr. Jean Louis Bessereau and described in the publication: Bessereau JL, Wright A, Williams DC, Schuske K, Davis MW, Jorgensen EM. Mobilization of a Drosophila transposon in the Caenorhabditis elegans germ line. Nature. 2001 Sep 6;413(6851):70-4. There is che-1 sequence in the plasmid. It comes from the glh-2 3' UTR fragment in the plasmid. The UTR fragment extends into the 3' region of the che-1 gene, which is tail to tail with glh-2 on the chromosome. This is only the last exon of che-1 and it is not relevant to the function of the construct.
    Article: Single-copy insertion of transgenes in Caenorhabditis elegans Christian Frøkjær-Jensen et al. ( Pubmed)



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