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[Pombelist] [Yeast] S.pombe pREP series plasmids question...

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Old 06-20-2008, 11:11 AM
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Thank you for the link! Yes, i saw that prl10 was transcribed from the
opposite strand than nmt1 - i just wasn't sure if the presence of the
complete prl10 ORF present in the pREP nmt1 promoter also carried with it
additional prl10 expression.

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Jonathan Jacobs, Ph.D.
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