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Last data update: 20 September 2021 09:16 CEST

Host name: Escherichia coli K12xB HB101 (LMBP 684)

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Species:Escherichia coli
Group:K12xB
Strain designation:HB101
Accession number: LMBP 684
Depositor: Prof. Dr E. Remaut1 2
1 Department for Molecular Biomedical Research, VIB, Ghent, Belgium
2 Department of Biomedical Molecular Biology, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
It was obtained from B. Allet3
3 Glaxo Institute for Molecular Biology S.A., Plan-les-ouates, Geneva, Switzerland
Containment level: This strain has been assigned the containment level Class 1 following the European Directive 2009/41/EC on the contained use of genetically modified organisms, and its updates (see also the Belgian risk group classification).
Other culture collection numbers:CGSC 12554
ATCC 33694
DSM 1607
Medium: LB-Lennox
Selection marker: streptomycin (25 μg/ml)
Temperature: 37°C
Genotype: F- araC14 leuB6(Am) Δ(gpt-proA)62 lacY1 glnX44(AS) galK2(Oc) λ- recA13 rpsL20 xylA5 mtl-1 thiE1 [hsdS20] (Source: CGSC 12554)
Phenotype: StrR rB- mB-
Properties: HB101 is a hybrid E. coli K12xB strain used for plasmid propagation. The strain contains the recA13 mutation which minimizes recombination events and aids in insert stability. Additionally, this strain carries the hsdS20(rB-mB-) restriction-minus genotype which prevents cleavage of cloned DNA by endogenous restriction enzymes. HB101 is suitable for many molecular biology applications, including cloning with limited amounts of DNA of vectors that do not require α-complementation for blue/white screening.
Further information: -
Original reference: Boyer and Roulland-Dussoix, J. Mol. Biol. 41 (1969), 459-472 [PMID: 4896022]
Related reference: Sambrook et al. (eds), Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, NY (1989) [ISSN/ISBN: 0879693096]
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Escherichia coli K12xB HB101 (LMBP 684) is available at BCCM/GeneCorner. It was deposited by Prof. Dr E. Remaut and was published in Boyer and Roulland-Dussoix, 1969.

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