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pASHSUL vector

Invented by Dr. Patrick Loll at Drexel University

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Catalogue Number 156509
Backbone Size (bp) 3473
Bacterial Resistance Ampicillin
Vector Type pASK
Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets His6 tagged small ubiquitin related modfiier (SUMO) fusion target protein
Relevance The pASHSUL vector is part of a set of ligation independent cloning SUMO fusion vectors that allow for recombinant proteins to be produced with any desired sequence at the amino terminus, so long as the initial residue is not proline. This set of vectors generates affinity tagged SUMO fusion target proteins that allow the target protein to be expressed in E.coli and purified using subtractive affinity chromatography. The purified SUMO fusion is treated with recombinant SUMO protease (generated by pdtUD1 vector) to yield the mature target protein.

The pASHSUL vector yields His6 tagged SUMO fusion proteins. Recombinant SUMO protease cleaves His6 SUMO from the purified target protein to yield the final mature protein. The pASHSUL vector was constructed base on the pASK vector architecture.

Instructions for vector expression, purification, and use are outlined in: Weeks, S. D., Drinker, M., & Loll, P. J. (2007). Ligation independent cloning vectors for expression of SUMO fusions. Protein expression and purification, 53(1), 40–50. doi:10.1016/j.pep.2006.12.006

Related product: pdtUD1 vector
Research Area Other
Notes Protein Purification; Protein Biochemistry

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Weeks et al. 2007. Protein Expr Purif. 53(1):40-50. PMID: 17251035.


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Weeks et al. 2007. Protein Expr Purif. 53(1):40-50. PMID: 17251035.


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