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Looking for plasmid vector with no pUC sequences

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Old 08-14-2008, 08:20 PM
Andrew Wright
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Default Looking for plasmid vector with no pUC sequences



Dear David Steffen,

I noticed on the internet that you may have the DNA sequence of
plasmid pGB2. I am using this plasmid and would be very grateful if
you could send me the sequence, should you have it.

Sincerely, Andrew wright


Andrew Wright, Ph.D.
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Department of Molecular Biology
Tufts Medical School
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Boston, MA 02111

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