Features of gateway vector, Biology

Could any of the following features be useful in a gateway vector;

(i) Origin of replication

(ii) multiple cloning site

(iii) blue/white selection

(iv) M13 forward and reverse sequencing primer sites

(v) Int, Xis or IHF genes

(vi) a 2m origin of replication

 

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