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Code No. AM-V9003M

pFucci-G1 Orange (Expression vector)

Availability (in Japan)

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(In Japan at 17:00,
Sep 22, 2023 in JST)


20 µg

Related information
  • Plasmid map of pFucci-G1 Orange

    Plasmid map of pFucci-G1 Orange

  • Schematic of the cell cycle specific fluorescence of Fucci-G1 Orange

    Schematic of the cell cycle specific fluorescence of Fucci-G1 Orange

  • Experimental example

    Experimental example
    HeLa cells stably expressing Fucci-G1 Orange and Fucci-S/G2/M Green. Fucci effectively labels individual nuclei in G1 phase orange and those in S/G2/M phases green.

Storage temp. -20°C Manufacturer MBL
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