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Addgene Newsletter, September 2013
Share Plasmids, Share Science

Collaboration and sharing are integral tenets

Addgene scientists worldwide

of scientific research. Read on for some great examples of scientists helping each other and sharing plasmids, including the Open Source Wnt Project, the MAPK Collection, and more.

 ~The Addgene Team

Crowd-Sourced Science: The Open Source Wnt Project
Dr. Marian Waterman
Dr. Marian Waterman (UC Irvine) shares her experience crowd-sourcing the development of a 95-plasmid Wnt clone collection and gives advice for further community collaborations.  

 >Read the Interview 

Hot Plasmids & Papers 
  • Tools for Proteomic MappingHot Plasmids Flames
  • TALEN Kit for Easy Genome Engineering in hPSCs

  • Gateway-Compatible Cloning and Expression Vectors
Guides: Even More Fluorescent Proteins


We've expanded our Fluorescent Protein Guide! Now including plasmids for applications such as:

Subcellular localiztion fluorescent protein expression in cells
New CRISPR/Cas9 Plasmids!


We've highlighted the newest CRISPR/Cas9 additions to the repository in our Hot Plasmids feature.

CRISPR Cas9 schematic


Or use Addgene's updated CRISPR/Cas9 plasmid guide to find the right system for your experiments.

Looking for MAPK Plasmids?
In collaboration with the MAPK research community, Addgene has collected a variety of mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) plasmids.

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