Resource data sheet


Genetically-encoded fluorescent calcium sensor cDNA, G-CaMP7.09.

Catalog number RDB14612
Resource name G-CaMP7.09
Clone info. Genetically-encoded fluorescent calcium sensor cDNA. It encodes a fusion protein of EGFP, calmodulin, and the M13 peptide from myosin light chain kinase. G-CaMP7.09 is an enhanced G-CaMP for expressing sufficient fluorescence in iPS cell-derived cardiomyocytes (iPSC-CMs).
Expression was confirmed by the depositor with calcium imaging.
[Data sheet:]
Vector backbone pEGFP-N1
Size of vector backbone 4.7 kb
Selectable markers Kan^R (E. coli), Neo^r (mammalian cells).
Classification plasmid
Type_of_insert fragment Rat cDNA ()
Deposotor's page Nakai, Junichi | Ohkura, Masamichi |

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Terms and conditions set forth by the DEPOSITOR In publishing research results obtained by use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, a citation of the original publication designated by the DEPOSITOR (Shiba, Y. et al. Nature 538 (7625): 388-391, 2016) and an acknowledgment to the DEPOSITOR are requested. The DEPOOSITOR may request the RECIPIENT to report on progress and/or results obtained through the use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE, and the RECIPIENT shall respond truthfully to such a request by the DEPOSITOR. Any use of the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE for profit purposes by the RECIPIENT, such as any use by for-profit entities, any use for the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE by not-for-profit entities in researches funded in any part by or in collaboration with for-profit entities, or any use the BIOLOGICAL RESOURCE by the not-for-profit entities for patent filing or licensing, requires a separate license from the DEPOSITOR, prior to distribution.
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Remarks ((Additional form)) GFP-A
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original Shiba, Y., Allogeneic transplantation of iPS cell-derived cardiomyocytes regenerates primate hearts. Nature 538 (7625): 388-391 (2016). PMID 27723741.