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Gateway technology and yeast two hybrid studies

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Old 02-06-2004, 05:10 AM
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Default Gateway technology and yeast two hybrid studies



Hello
I am going to perform a Y2H screen and am considering Invitrogen's
ProQuest=99 Two-Hybrid System with Gateway=99 Technology. Does anyone
have experience with this system? Pros/Cons?
Thanks
Tdit

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