Fusions in constructs: Regulatory or coding sequence fusions should be separated by hyphens.
This construct codes for a fused protein of stk11 and mCherry under the control of the actb2 promoter.
-5xxx == xxx遺伝子CDSの-5kb上流
Promoter elements of differing sizes in constructs: In cases where a number of constructs are generated with different sizes of promoter elements, these may be specified within the parentheses using the length of the upstream DNA: Examples: These examples represent two constructs that code for a fusion protein of sptb and GFP driven by an upstream enhancer either 3.5kb or 6.0kb 5' to the hhex gene. Tg(-3.5hhex:sptb-GFP) Tg(-6.0hhex:sptb-GFP) However, in many cases, the changes within the construct may be too small or too complex to change the number of kbp or cannot be determined. To differentiate these constructs, they will be appended with a sequential number between the Tg (also Et, Pt, Gt) and the parentheses, instead of including further details in the name. Details will be provided in the notes field on the construct page. Examples: original construct: Tg1(uxs1:GFP); subsequent construct: Tg2(uxs1:GFP); additional constructs: Tg#(uxs1:GFP)