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Old 10-20-2004, 04:05 PM
Maple J
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We have been using the yeast two hybrid system to analyse
protein-protein interactions. using the histidine reporter gene we
have found that some of our strains containing interacting proteins
can grow more on media lacking histidine than media containing
histidine and cannot think of a reason for this. can anyone please
offer any suggestions?

Thank you for your time in advance

jo

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