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pFN10A (ACT) Flexi® Vector

Study Mammalian Protein Interactions, Expression and Post-Translational Modifications

  • Confirm, validate and study suspected protein or domain interactions
  • Generate stable cell lines for cell-based assays
  • Enables mammalian protein expression and post-translational modification studies in situ


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pFN10A (ACT) Flexi® Vector
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The pFN10A (ACT) Flexi® Vector is a component of the CheckMate™/Flexi® Vector Mammalian Two-Hybrid System and contains a herpes simplex virus VP16 transcriptional activation domain upstream of the cloning site.


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Item Part # Size

pFN10A (ACT) Flexi® Vector

C933A 1 × 20μg


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Use Restrictions

For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

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Patents and Disclaimers

U.S. Pat. Nos. 8,293,503, 9,018,014 and 8,367,403, European Pat. No. 1685247 and other patents and patents pending.

Patent Pending.

For research use only. Persons wishing to use this product or its derivatives in other fields of use, including without limitation, commercial sale, diagnostics or therapeutics, should contact Promega Corporation for licensing information.

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