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MISSION® LentiPlex® Mouse Pooled shRNA Library TRC2

For Rapid, Convenient Genome-wide shRNA Screens

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NA.51

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MISSION®

concentration

≥5x108 VP/ml (via p24 assay)

technique(s)

capture ELISA: 5 x 108 TU/mL using p24

shipped in

dry ice

storage temp.

−70°C

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technique(s)

capture ELISA: 5 x 108 TU/mL using p24

technique(s)

capture ELISA: 5 x 108 TU/mL using p24

technique(s)

capture ELISA: 5 × 108 TU/mL using p24

technique(s)

capture ELISA: 5 × 108 TU/mL using p24

concentration

≥5x108 VP/ml (via p24 assay)

concentration

≥5x108 VP/ml (via p24 assay)

concentration

≥5x108 VP/ml (via p24 assay)

concentration

≥5x108 VP/ml (via p24 assay)

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

storage temp.

−70°C

storage temp.

−70°C

storage temp.

−70°C

storage temp.

−70°C

Quality Level

200

Quality Level

200

Quality Level

200

Quality Level

200

General description

MISSION LentiPlex Pooled Libraries bring the power of the MISSION TRC shRNA collection together with Sigma′s lentiviral manufacturing expertise to enable genome-wide RNAi screens at your bench-top. The LentiPlex pooled system provides enhanced delivery and long-term gene silencing in non-dividing and primary cell lines allowing unlimited discovery potential. The convenient format now makes rapid whole-genome RNAi screens accessible to any researcher with minimal reagent, time or capital equipment investment.

The MISSION LentiPlex Mouse shRNA Pooled Library 2.0 includes additional gene and clone coverage from the previously offered LentiPlex 1.0 Pooled Library . With the addition of 2.0, which consists of 7,000+ mouse genes and 25,000+ total clone coverage divided into 3 subpools, the complete whole-genome mouse library complete whole-genome mouse librarynow consists of over 110,000 shRNA constructs from the TRC collection targeting 21,000+ mouse genes. Each library is tested for shRNA representation before product release to ensure robust library coverage. The complete library is provided in ready-to-use lentiviral format at titers of at least 5 x 108 TU/ml via p24 assay and is pre-divided into fifteen subpools of approximately 5,500-8,000 shRNA constructs each. Amplification and sequencing primers are also provided for downstream target identification.

For more information including sample data and uses, please visit our LentiPlex Technical Detail Page.

Other Notes

The MISSION LentiPlex Mouse Pooled shRNA Libraries consist of Catalog Numbers SHPM01, SHPM15, SHPM2, and SHPMLIBR. Please refer to Table 1 for approximate number of shRNA clone coverage, targeted genes, and subpools for each library.

Amplification and sequencing primers are also provided for downstream hit identification.

Deconvolution of shRNA Pools
Sigma′s deconvolution service lets you easily identify the genes that impact your pooled shRNA screen.

  • Next-generation sequencing of clonesgives a precise number of individual clone occurrence within a pooled shRNA sample
  • Comprehensive, reproducible results from pooled shRNA screens
  • Statistically robust and information-rich data

Contact your local Sigma sales representative for more information or submit an inquiry to MISSION RNAi

Recommended products

Browse additional MISSION shRNA Gene Family Sets in our MISSION shRNA portal

Legal Information

LentiPlex is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
MISSION is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Storage Class

12 - Non Combustible Liquids

wgk_germany

WGK 3

flash_point_f

Not applicable

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Not applicable


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