These plasmids are described in the linked publications. All plasmid maps are provided as read-only Benchling links. If you prefer a different cloning software, Benchlings allows exports as genbank files (.gb). If you find a broken link, or you’re looking for a vector sequence that I’ve overlooked, please email me
Plasmids from: Metabolomics of tomato xylem sap during bacterial wilt reveals Ralstonia solanacearum produces abundant putrescine, a metabolite that accelerates wilt disease. Download PDF
Plasmids from: Plant-like bacterial expansins play contrasting roles in two tomato vascular pathogens. Download PDF
Plasmids from: Degradation of the plant defense signal salicylic acid protects *Ralstonia solanacearum from toxicity and enhances virulence on tobacco.* Download PDF
Plasmids from: Functional identification of putrescine C- and N-hydroxylases. Download PDF
Plasmids from: Hydroxycinnamic acid degradation, a broadly conserved trait, protects Ralstonia solanacearum from chemical plant defenses and contributes to root colonization and virulence. Download PDF
Most of the plasmids I use frequently (e.g. pST-Blue, pUC18miniTn7t-Gm, & pRC* series for Ralstonia solanacearum GMI1000) are available online (PubMed or via manufacturers). However, I had to track down or reconstruct a few plasmid sequences. Those are listed below with original citations.
pUFR80 (Kan/sacB vector for markerless deletions)
Castañeda A, Reddy JD, El-Yacoubi B, Gabriel DW. 2005. Mutagenesis of all eight avr genes in Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris had no detected effect on pathogenicity, but one avr gene affected race specificity. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 18:1306-1317.
pAX1-Cm, pAX1-Em, & pAX1-Gm (Chromosomal complementation of Xylella Temecula1
Matsumoto, Young, and Igo. 2009. Chromosome-based genetic complementation system for Xylella fastidiosa. Appl Env Micro 75:1679-1687.