69284 NovaBlue(DE3) Competent Cells - Novagen

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      OverviewNovaBlue(DE3) Competent Cells is a K-12 strain with high transformation efficiency and recA endA mutations. The DE3 lysogen of NovaBlue is potentially useful as a stringent host due to the presence of the lacIq repressor encoded by the F episome. 

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      Catalogue Number69284
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      Guaranteed efficiencyGuaranteed efficiency: > 1 x 10⁸ cfu/μg
      Quality LevelMQ100
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