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DNASU is excited to announce updates to our DNASU Vector Map Viewer. Take a look at our Advanced Viewer to more closely examine vector features, vector sequence, and perform a virtual restriction digest using selected enzymes. Hover over our interactive widget to see more details of vector features and click on restriction enzymes to be redirected to New England BioLabs. Special thanks to LabGenius for their support on this project. Please let us know your thoughts and if you run into any trouble contact us at DNASUHelp@asu.edu
DNASU is excited to share updated content throughout our website. We will continue to add new features and improve support for mobile devices. Please let us know what you think and if you run into any trouble, feel free to email us at DNASUHelp@asu.edu
DNASU is happy to announce the Viral Proteome Collection , consisting of 838 viral proteins from different infectious diseases. These clones are ready to be expressed using IVTT systems, with c-terminal GST tags for protein capture. They were used to study the interactions between infectious diseases and Type I Diabetes in Immunoproteomic Profiling of Antiviral Antibodies in New-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Using Protein Arrays
DNASU is now distributing the 90/90 Human ORFeome, a plasmid collection developed to remove duplication of ORFs and provide full length coverage of target ORFs. This collection comprises the most comprehensive and complete version of the Human ORFeome to date. For more info see 90/90 Gateway Entry Vector Collection and 90/90 pANT7_cGST Expression Vector Collection
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We offer simple pricing on our plasmids, based on ordering one plasmid at a time, a single price for a 96-well plate of plasmids, or our pre-made collections of plasmids.
All plasmids require an MTA. Some require a signed copy of the MTA be returned to us, however, many institutions have signed our Expedited Process MTA, essentially presigning the MTA for all orders from that institution. Check here to see if your institution has already signed up. If a signed MTA is required to complete your request, our system will send an email to you with a copy of our MTA for signature and return. For more information about our MTAs check here or email us.