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#1 mawson

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 07:40 PM

I wonder if there’s GI/acession number for the commercial plasmids on NCBI or gene bank?

I'm learning to draw a plasmid map with Simvector 4.6. I want to find the imformation about plasmid pcDNA6/myc-His C.

I see it on https://www.lablife....0f27ee9c3898_10. but there‘s no entrez number. I can not put the imformation, including notes and sequece into the simvector.

OK, all in all,I just want to know if there's informations, including GI/acession number and features about plasmid vectors on NCBI? Can Simvector 4.6 do pretty work, it is worth time to learn?

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 04:15 AM

In general there is not a Genbank entry for most, even the commonly used, plasmids. It's only there if someone loads it. You could help the world by loading a Genbank entry of a common plasmid that is not there.

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 05:21 AM

In general there is not a Genbank entry for most, even the commonly used, plasmids. It's only there if someone loads it. You could help the world by loading a Genbank entry of a common plasmid that is not there.


thank you for help. I get it.




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