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(BY-2 cell)
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Brassica rapa

This resource has been developed by Drs. Hiroshi ABE, Masatomo KOBAYASHI (RIKEN BRC), and Dr. Yoshihiro NARUSAKA (Research Institute for Biological Sciences OKAYAMA).

Resource number: pdc00001-02166 (EST clone)
pdc10001-19903 (full-length cDNA clone)
Developer:  Drs. Hiroshi ABE and Yoshihiro NARUSAKA (RIBS)
Total number of Clones: 2,166 (EST clone)
9,903 (full-length cDNA clone)
Style of distribution: Approx. 100 ng of lyophilized plasmid is provided.
Number of clones available: 2,166 (EST clone)
9,903 (full-length cDNA clone)
Organism: Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis
Vector: pBluescript II SK(-) (EST clone)pGCAP10 (full-length cDNA clone)
 Selection marker: ampicillin
 Map and restriction site:(EST clone) Please ask us.
 (full-length cDNA clone) here
Specific feature: 5′-sequences have been characterized (EST clone)
5′- and 3′-sequences have been characterized (full-length cDNA clone)
Specific conditions for distribution:
 Following manuscripts should be referred in the publication on scientific journal.
(for EST clone)
Narusaka et al. (2006) Comparative analysis of expression profiles of counterpart gene sets between Brassica rapa and Arabidopsis thaliana during fungal pathogen Colletotrichum higginsianum infection. Plant Biotech. 23: 503-508.
(for full-length cDNA clone)
Abe et al. (2011) Development of full-length cDNAs from Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis) and identification of marker genes for defence response. DNA Res. 18(4): 277-289.