pmScarlet3-C1 vector (V012811#)

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V012811 pmScarlet3-C1 In stock (lyophilized plasmid)

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Two vials of lyophilized plasmid will be delivered, each vial is about 5µg.

Basic Vector Information

mScarlet3 is a cysteine-free monomeric red fluorescent protein with fast and complete maturation, as well as record brightness, quantum yield (75%) and fluorescence lifetime (4.0 ns). mScarlet3 behaves well as a fusion tag, displays no apparent cytotoxicity and it surpasses existing red fluorescent proteins as a Förster resonance energy transfer acceptor and as a reporter in transient expression systems. [ref: Gadella, T.W.J., van Weeren, L., Stouthamer, J. et al. mScarlet3: a brilliant and fast-maturing red fluorescent protein. Nat Methods (2023).]

      • Vector Name:
      • pmScarlet3-C1
      • Antibiotic Resistance:
      • Kanamycin
      • Length:
      • 4701 bp
      • Type:
      • Mammalian Expression Vectors
      • Copy Number:
      • High copy number
      • Promoter:
      • CMV
      • Cloning Method:
      • Enzyme Cut
      • Fusion Tag:
      • mScarlet3
      • Expression Method:
      • Transient

pmScarlet3-C1 vector Vector Map

pmScarlet3-C14701 bp600120018002400300036004200CMV enhancerCMV promoterKozak sequencemScarlet3MCSSV40 poly(A) signalf1 oriAmpR promoterSV40 promoterNeoR/KanRHSV TK poly(A) signalori

Plasmid Resuspension Protocol:

1. Centrifuge at 5,000×g for 5 min.

2. Carefully open the tube and add 20 μl of sterile water to dissolve the DNA.

3. Close the tube and incubate for 10 minutes at room temperature.

4. Briefly vortex the tube and then do a quick spin to concentrate the liquid at the bottom. Speed is less than 5000×g.

5.Store the plasmid at -20 ℃.

pmScarlet3-C1 vector Sequence

Copy Sequence

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LOCUS       Exported                4701 bp ds-DNA     circular SYN 29-MAR-2023
DEFINITION  synthetic circular DNA
KEYWORDS    pmScarlet3-C1
SOURCE      synthetic DNA construct
  ORGANISM  synthetic DNA construct
REFERENCE   1  (bases 1 to 4701)
  AUTHORS   Triple Threat
  TITLE     Direct Submission
FEATURES             Location/Qualifiers
     source          1..4701
                     /organism="synthetic DNA construct"
                     /mol_type="other DNA"
     enhancer        61..364
                     /note="CMV enhancer"
                     /note="human cytomegalovirus immediate early enhancer"
     promoter        365..568
                     /note="CMV promoter"
                     /note="human cytomegalovirus (CMV) immediate early 
     regulatory      607..612
                     /note="Kozak sequence"
                     /note="vertebrate consensus sequence for strong initiation 
                     of translation (Kozak, 1987)"
     CDS             613..1299
     misc_feature    1300..1365
                     /note="multiple cloning site"
     polyA_signal    1489..1610
                     /note="SV40 poly(A) signal"
                     /note="SV40 polyadenylation signal"
     rep_origin      complement(1617..2072)
                     /note="f1 ori"
                     /note="f1 bacteriophage origin of replication; arrow 
                     indicates direction of (+) strand synthesis"
     promoter        2099..2203
                     /note="AmpR promoter"
     promoter        2205..2562
                     /note="SV40 promoter"
                     /note="SV40 enhancer and early promoter"
     rep_origin      2413..2548
                     /note="SV40 ori"
                     /note="SV40 origin of replication"
     CDS             2597..3391
                     /gene="aph(3')-II (or nptII)"
                     /product="aminoglycoside phosphotransferase from Tn5"
                     /note="confers resistance to neomycin, kanamycin, and G418 
     polyA_signal    3623..3670
                     /note="HSV TK poly(A) signal"
                     /note="herpes simplex virus thymidine kinase 
                     polyadenylation signal (Cole and Stacy, 1985)"
     rep_origin      3999..4587
                     /note="high-copy-number ColE1/pMB1/pBR322/pUC origin of