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Plasmids for split fluorescent protein assembly assays are available through Addgene.

Split GFP:
Negative controls: pET11a-link-NGFP, pMRBAD-link-CGFP
Positive controls: pET11a-Z-NGFP, pMRBAD-Z-CGFP

These plasmids may only be used for not-for-profit academic research.
The underlying technology is covered by U.S. Patent (6,780,599) assigned to Yale University
and exclusively licensed to BioImage A/S, Soeborg, Denmark. Please contact them for commercial applications.

 

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