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Where to get a DR5::GUS vector?

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Question Where to get a DR5::GUS vector?



Dear all,
For in my research, I have to study the distribution of Auxin in tomato, but I do not have a DR5::GUS vector or plant in hand. So I wonder who can kindly send me the vector or the tomato line? Any advice and help are appreciated.

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