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LR Gateway reaction pENTR223.1-Sfi-ORF in to pK7WGF2- problem

LR Gateway reaction pENTR223.1-Sfi-ORF in to pK7WGF2- problem - Arabidopsis and Plant Biology

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Old 10-26-2009, 09:44 AM
Yuval Kaye
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Default LR Gateway reaction pENTR223.1-Sfi-ORF in to pK7WGF2- problem



My question is did any of you had a problem doing the LR reaction (gateway
recombination) with the* *pENTR223.1 Sfi-ORF (from ABRC) and the* *pK7WGF2
(or any other Gateway Destination vector). If you had this problem how did
you solve it?
Thanks
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