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Old 06-02-2008, 09:07 AM
Toshiro Ito
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Default gateway binary vector for Norf selection

Hello everyone,

I am looking for a gateway destination vector (with attR1 and attR2)
for Arabidopsis transformation of single DNA fragment, resistant to
the herbicide norflurazon.

If anyone is willing to share such a plasmid in the backbone of pZP,
pCAMBIA or any binary vector with high transformation efficiency, I
would be really grateful.

Thank you,
Toshiro Ito [Only registered users see links. ]
Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory
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National University of Singapore
Singapore 117604
Tel: 65-6872-7016, -7742/-7710 (lab)
Fax: 65-6872-7016, -7007 (shared)
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