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Old 01-20-2007, 09:53 AM
Schäffner, Anton, Dr.
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Dear all,

I was wondering which primer targeting the Ds-insertion should be used to amplify and verify the insertion in exon trap lines listed as GT_5_xxxxx, e.g. at signal.salk.edu. The lines are part of a collection of exon trap lines generated by an European consortium, but they also may disrupt the target genes.

We got a few lines from the stock center, but a primer that we used for other Ds-insertions did not work.

Thanks for any advice,

Tony Schaeffner
GSF Research Center
Munich, Germany




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