Ordering Information of Kazusa mFLJ/mKIAA cDNA Clone(s)

Clone Request

mFLJ/mKIAA cDNA clone(s) are available from Kazusa DNA Research Institute on condition that you will use the clone(s) for your own research purpose. If you needs the clones, please contact us at "clone-office AT kazusa.or.jp".

Clone pricing

mKIAA/mFLJ cDNA clone: JP¥ 20,000 /clone

Fulfilling your request and shipping charges

The standard lead time is 2-4 weeks upon receipt of your request. We are using Japan Post's EMS service to ship those plasmid(s). Handling and shipping charges are subject to regions, which is incremental to the distribution fee.

 EMEA* North AmericaAsia PacificLatin America
Handling and
Shipping Charges
JP¥ 2,000JP¥1,500JP¥ 1,000JP¥ 2,000
*EMEA=Europe, Middle East, Africa

If you wish to use other courier services, we can make such arrangements as requested but at requesters cost. You may also have to pay any applicable local taxes.


Payment shall be made in JP¥ by wire transfer or check payable to Kazusa DNA Research Institute. Please complete payment prior to shipment.

If you pay by wire transfer, be sure to add associated bank charges of JP¥ 3,000 on top of clone prices and handling and shipping charges. You must follow instructions on the invoice.

If you pay by check, also be sure to add associated bank charges of JP¥ 3,000 on top of clone prices and handling and shipping charges. Please include invoice number and mail the check to:

Bioresource Team, Division of Mammalian Genomic Resources
Center for Development of Biotech Industries
Kazusa DNA Research Institute
2-6-7 Kazusa-Kamatari, Kisarazu, Chiba 292-0818 Japan

We ship the Plasmid DNA (~0.1ug/10ul in a vial) dissolved in TE. It is stable even at room temperature during distribution. It is however recommended to store the DNA at -20 degree centigrade for long-term storage.

We will prepare and ship the clone(s) you requested by Japan Post's EMS service in three to five weeks. If your country restricts import of cDNA clones, please let us know.

We recommend customers to transform the plasmid DNA in the appropriate host cells becausethere is the risk that the plasmid DNA is contaminated with genomic DNA of E. coli. We also recommend customers to reconfirm the plasmid DNA if it contains desired ORF sequence by using appropriate restriction endonuclease(s). If you have any questions on the materials you have obtained, please let us know at (clone-office AT kazusa.or.jp).