Labs often have thousands of plasmids, but we recommend that you start with up to 20 of your most frequently requested plasmids. This will have the greatest impact in terms of saving your lab time on answering plasmid requests and are likely the plasmids that your colleagues around the world will find most useful. Of course, if you have more than 20 plasmids that you get requests for, you are welcome to deposit more.
Articles in this section
- How do I prepare and deposit my plasmids?
- Is there a cost to deposit plasmids?
- Is there a cost for requesting plasmids?
- Which plasmids should I deposit?
- Are there any plasmids that Addgene does not accept?
- If I have received a plasmid from another lab and then modified it in some way, can I submit this plasmid to Addgene?
- I have submitted information online for plasmids that I want to deposit, now what?
- What is in the "Deposit Kit"?
- Do I submit my plasmids as DNA or within bacteria?
- I am a new PI how do I deposit plasmids I made during my Postdoc?