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Co-expression of genes in plants

Co-expression of genes in plants - Arabidopsis and Plant Biology

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Default Co-expression of genes in plants



Hello everyone!

I had two queries:

1) how to convert pet vector into c0-expression vector for expressing two genes using one promoter in ecoli.

2) how to convert pBI121 into c0-expression vector for expressing two genes
in plants, using Agrobacterium mediated transformation.


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