LightSwitch 3'UTR and Promoter Reporter GoClone Collection
The SwitchGear LightSwitch Luciferase Assay System provides a full reporter assay solution with transfection-ready, genome-wide collections of over 18,000 human promoter reporter and over 12,000 human 3'UTR reporter constructs and premium, optimized reagents. For detailed information see LightSwitch 3'UTR Reporter Assays or LightSwitch Promoter Reporter Assays.
To search for LightSwitch GoClone 3'UTR and/or Promoter Reporter Constructs, paste in a list of one or more gene identifiers or LightSwitch product IDs on separate lines in the box below. Please note: All GoClone constructs are sold in the new LightSwitch Vector System and should only be used with LightSwitch Luciferase Assay Reagents.
How do I search for my gene or list of genes
Our online catalog uses a smart search box that allows you to search for genes and their regulatory elements based on a variety of different types of annotation. You can search for the promoters and 3’UTR of a single gene or many genes. To search for multiple genes at once, simply paste in a list of gene identifiers on separate lines. The following types of annotation can be used:
SwitchGear Product IDs
You can search for products based on their SwitchGear Product ID (e.g. S123456)
Gene IDs, symbols, or aliases
You can search by Gene IDs (e.g. 3287), symbols (e.g. HSF1), and aliases (e.g. HSTF1) based on Refseq/NCBI annotation of human genes, or search by SwitchGear Gene Model IDs (e.g. CHR7_P0362).
You can also search by entering Genbank accession numbers of human mRNAs (e.g. M64673) or Refseq accession numbers (e.g. NM_005526) of human genes.
Gene Ontology terms using ID
You can also search based on Gene Ontology IDs to find sets of genes involved in a common biological process, function, or location (e.g. GO:0005515; see www.geneontology.org for more information)
You can also enter terms to do a free text search of gene descriptions. This will search all human NCBI gene names and descriptions when available. Queries must consist of search terms (words) and can be combined using the operators 'and', 'or', and 'not'. By default, terms are combined with 'and'. For example, entering "heat shock" will find all genes that contain "heat" and "shock" in the gene name or description.
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