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Overview
Search Plasmids
- human & mouse genes
- advanced text search
- by gene
- by vector
- by clone identifier
- blast search
Plasmid Collections
- view collections
Vector Collection
- all empty vectors
- viral production
- RNA interference
- mammalian expression
- drosophila in vitro and in vivo expression
- bacterial expression
- baculovirus/insect cell expression
- cloning vector
- mutagenesis vector
- Yeast Expression
- fluorescent marker
Customized Request
- arrange plasmids in specific orders


CLONE COSTS
*You may consider these prices a quote for all clones in any quantity.
Pricing Category Individual Clone with QC Test
Harvard University and DF/HCC Members $52.00
Other Academics and Nonprofits $65.00
Commercial Users $78.00
*Shipping is additional. Either provide a FedEx number or shipping is a flat fee of $10 for domestic orders or $20 for international orders.
No charge for shipping to the Harvard Medical School community if order is picked up. Must have building access.
Please click here for the list of DF/HCC members.


You can search for clones using various criteria

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Search Method Description
Human & Mouse Gene Our recommended method of searching the PlasmID database. Simply enter your gene of interest and query our database against the latest reference sequence!
Advanced Search Search by gene name, gene symbol, vector name, vector feature, author name, publication, or species.
Blast Search Search our database by a similarity alignment of your nucleotide or amino acid sequence.
Search by Clone Identifier Search by PlasmID, CloneID, FLH#, or other IDs.
Search by Vector Search based on the properties of the vector such as, assay type, cloning method or expression characteristics.
Empty Vectors View our full list of empty vectors. To narrow down the list view the search and order tool bar.
Available Collections View the full list of all of PlasmID's available collections. The collection overview includes common names for organisms in our collection.


Have additional questions? Please see our FAQ!

Please give credit where credit is due!
Click on the clone ID to find the reference(s) associated with the clone and the author(s) who donated the clone.
The people who constructed, published, and donated the clone should be cited whenever you publish work that uses the clone that you ordered.
Questions about PlasmID? Please contact PlasmID help.

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