Collection: Arabidopsis thaliana Collection V 1 (Gateway Entry Vectors)
|Description:||The Arabidopsis thaliana collection was generated by Joe Ecker's lab at the SALK Institute and contains 12,085 ORFs, which represents 40% of all protein-encoding genes for this species, based on Araport 11 protein coding gene set. These clones are closed versions of the gene, 10295 in pENTR223.1 and 1790 in pENTR/D-Topo backbone vectors, both of which are Gateway Entry Vectors. This set of clones has been used previously to study the interactome of Arabidopsis thaliana. By using HaloTag-NAPPA technology and querying protein-protein interactions, Ecker et al used a set of 38 transcription factors related to plant hormone signaling pathways to identify 3,580 interactions among 2,238 proteins. For the current collection, please cite – Yazaki J, et al. (2016) Mapping transcription factor interactome networks using HaloTag protein arrays. PNAS July 19, 2016 vol. 113 no. 29 E4238-E4247.|
|Total number of clones in the collection:||12085|
|Price for ASU or PSI laboratory:||$ 25620.0|
|Use Restriction:||No restriction|
To request individual clones from the collection, download the Excel file, find the clones of interest, copy the Clone IDs and use them clone identifier search . You can then click to add individual clones to your cart (far right-hand side of the table).