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pVIB plasmid, 1 µg (200 µL; 0.005 µg/µL)

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pVIB plasmid, 1 µg (200 µL; 0.005 µg/µL) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Transformation concentration. 1 µg (200 µL; 0.005 µg/µL).* Bacteria containing pVIB should be grown at 30° C or cooler for glowing to be seen.

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Transformation concentration. 1 µg (200 µL; 0.005 µg/µL).* Bacteria containing pVIB should be grown at 30° C or cooler for glowing to be seen.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Effect I am using this plasmid for university level research to study oxygen metabolism in E. coli. Transfection was easy, despite the large plasmid size, the cells cultures grown on AMP will retain plasmid and glow to the level where they can be easily photographed with a camera on ISO 6400, f5.6, 30" at 20 cm in a dark room. Cultures on agar plates can glow for days. After taking the brightest plate cultures an inoculating into Luria Broth+AMP, a glowing broth culture results in a test tube that will glow for about 24 hours when cooled down slightly from incubation temperature after shaking. After 48 hour the culture glows no longer, but if them this culture is used to inoculate new broth, the new culture will begin glowing within an hour.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes your bacteria GLOW IN THE DARK. Pretty awesome plasmid, makes your bacteria make light. They will only last about a week on a regular sized LB dish at room temperature, but if you refrigerate them they will last for ~2 weeks or more. Give them a little time+oxygen when you thaw them.
Date published: 2012-11-15
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