Canonical SEVA list

The vectors and tools included in this section fulfill all the strict standardization criteria of the collection and are assigned a definitive SEVA code that indicates unambiguously the selection marker, the origin of replication and the cargo inserted in the vector frame. Constructs—either generated in the CNB or kindly contributed by members of the community—have been verified and curated by the database managers. Sometimes, deviation from the standard are detected in some constructs delivered to third parties. Typical nonconformities include spontaneous single-nucleotide poymorphisms and adventituous aquisition of insertion sequences.