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Old 11-23-2006, 11:29 AM
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To, sir Iam in urgent need of constructin of following transgenic stock of drosophila melanogaster (i)hsp70-lacZ (ii)hsp70-gala4 Thank SINGH sincerly you Your   SUMAN ZOOLOGY F.G.COLLEGE RAEBAREL POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF Y U.P INDIA 229001

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