This plasmid is designed to express tagged proteins in yeast cells (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). The plasmid contains an auxotrophic Uracil selection expression cassette (URA3) that allows for the positive selection of yeast that are deficient in the URA3 gene (YEL021W). This is typically achieved by growing the yeast in minimal media that is reconstituted with the essential amino acids and nucleotides but excluding Uracil.
About the Peptide Tag:This plasmid contains an Alpha Amylase (Amy) secretory signal peptide (SP) to allow proteins to be exported from the cytosol. During translocation from the cytosol the signal peptide is removed from the protein by endogenous proteases. This plasmid also contains a secondary Deca-Histidine (10His) protein tag. The sequence of this tag is: HHHHHHHHHHWe provide a range of dual peptide tag plasmids. This is because some peptide tags provide specific biological properties (e. g., small molecule affinity new epitopes solubility or protein secretion) that are not provided by others.
Promoter Expression Level: This plasmid contains the Yeast Elongation Factor Alpha promoter (TEF1). This is the strongest of the yeast promoters that we sell. It is a constitutive promoter and requires no induction. If you are interested in weaker promoters levels than we also stock plasmids that contain the following promoters in order of decreasing strength TPI (strong), ADHI (medium), STE5 (weak). We also stock Galactose inducible promoter plasmids if inducible expression is required. Please contact us for further information.
Please select the file type you require. For reference most cloning programs will import a .gb (Genbank) file and will show all of the plasmids features automatically when downloaded and imported.
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