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cDNA on ZAGENO

ZCCHC9-zinc finger, CCHC domain containing 9 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 2 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC014841, PTXBC032736
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LOC57228-small trans-membrane and glycosylated protein Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 2 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC003379, PTXBC120965
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POLR2K-polymerase (RNA) II (DNA directed) polypeptide K, 7.0kDa Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC000806
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EML4-echinoderm microtubule associated protein like 4 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC008685
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OTUB2-OTU domain, ubiquitin aldehyde binding 2 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
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Sizes 3 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC000208, PTXBC009615, ...
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LOC153364-similar to metallo-beta-lactamase superfamily protein Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC038230
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LSM6-LSM6 homolog, U6 small nuclear RNA associated (S. cerevisiae) Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC016026
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MGC5590-hypothetical protein MGC5590 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC000868
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MAP3K3-mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase kinase 3 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC010464
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LOC643406-hypothetical protein LOC643406 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC031676
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C19orf53-chromosome 19 open reading frame 53 Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 1 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC015465
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RABL2B-RAB, member of RAS oncogene family-like 2B Gene ProteoGenix
Nucleotide Type cDNA Quantity 2 μg Applicable Processes Molecular cloning
From $ 125.00 (2 μg)
Sizes 2 (2 μg)
Catalog IDs PTXBC014879, PTXBC020495
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Complementary DNA (cDNA) is synthesized from single-stranded RNA, typically mRNA. cDNA is produced naturally by retroviruses, or it can be made synthetically using mature or fully spliced mRNA, and reverse transcriptase. Through pairing RNA bases with their DNA counterparts, reverse transcriptase generates intron-free cDNA. 

cDNA encoding a particular protein can be transferred into a recipient cell where the protein is not naturally produced, resulting in protein production. Since cDNA does not have introns, it can be expressed in prokaryotic cells which lack intron-removing enzymes, leading to the production of specific proteins of interest. cDNA can also be used for gene probing, for creating a cDNA library, and for gaining an insight into the gene coding for the original template mRNA.

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