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-70°C or colder
is a low copy number, 5820 base pair plasmid useful in stabilizing lentivirus
sequences such as SIV, EIAV, Visna maedi, etc. for subcloning, propagation, and
manipulation in Escherichia coli (E.
coli). This plasmid reduces the level of toxic gene expression from cryptic
promoter sequences. pLG339/SPORT contains the 5.5 kb HincII-EcoRI
fragment from pLG339, which in turn contains the pSC101 ori and a
kanamycin resistance gene. A 245 base pair FspI-EcoRI fragment with the pSPORT multiple
cloning site is also present in this plasmid. For additional details
please refer to the provided plasmid map. The kanamycin-resistant E. coli, DH5a (glycerol
stock) should be cultured at 37°C.
vial of ARP-3924 contains kanamycin resistant E. coli, DH5a transformed with pLG339/SPORT. Please refer to
the appropriate data sheet for lot-specific information.
Cunningham, T. P., R. C. Montelaro and K. E. Rushlow. “Lentivirus
Envelope Sequences and Proviral Genes are Stabilized in Escherichia coli
when Cloned in Low Copy Number Plasmid Vectors.” Gene124
(1993): 93-98. PubMed: 8382658.
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