35SCaMV-GUS plants

Dave Dalton dave_dalton at QM.SALK.EDU
Mon Apr 25 15:49:42 EST 1994

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>Dear Netters,
>I am looking for Arabidopsis seeds of a (phenotypically wild-type)
>plant that is homozygous for a (preferably single) T-DNA insertion that
>expresses GUS from the CaMV-35S promoter. If there is anyone out there that
>has such seeds and is willing to part with some of them I would be very 

The CaMV-GUS is so far the most popular positive/constitutive control used by
many labs. If someone can kindly donate some transgenic seeds containing such
marker to the stock center, it will benefit the whole community (I will be
the first one to request, :) ).

Does any of the stock centers have the interest to collect such transgenic


: Xiaoying Lin  <xlin at umbc.edu>  Phone:410-455-2263  Fax: 410-455-3875 : 
: Biol. Sci./U. of Md Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD 21228, USA       :

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