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New Release: 2,400 additional GUS tagged T-DNA lines from INRA

Sean May [NASC] sean_may at thale.life.nottingham.ac.uk
Sun Nov 28 14:10:47 EST 1999

2,402 new GUS tagged T-DNA lines (the 5th set) from George Pelletier at INRA
Versailles are now available from NASC. This brings the total number of INRA
lines available through our catalogue to 9,889 and can be broken down as:

Set 1 - 1,472
Set 2 - 999
Set 3 - 2,896
Set 4 - 2,120
Set 5 - 2,402

All of the above are available only as pools, or sets of pools, of 20 or 100
Special charges relate to these stocks. They are:

Versailles 5th set
N55046 - 121 pools of 20 - the entire set costs 200 UKP.
N55047 - 25 pools of 100 - the entire set costs 70 UKP.

Note: The 5th set stocks carry a distribution agreement (MTA) identical to
that for the 4th set. Before seed can be sent to you it is necessary that
the recipient sign a release agreement with INRA. The release form is
available from the NASC server and can be printed out for signing.

Stocks can be easily ordered through the web catalogue at NASC
http://nasc.nott.ac.uk/ . Detailed information about the individual lines,
including segregation data, observed mutant phenotypes and GUS staining
patterns are also available through the catalogue for both these and the
earlier lines.

A detailed review of the generation and characterisation of the lines has
been written by George Pelletier and Nicole Bechtold and is carried
alongside the information on the NASC server.

If you have any enquiries about these or other lines held by the stock
centres please contact us through arabidopsis at nasc.nott.ac.uk
Sean_May at nasc.nott.ac.uk
Director, Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC)
University Park, Nottingham University. U.K. NG7 2RD.
FON:                    +44 (0)115 9513237
FAX:                    +44 (0)115 9513297
Catalogue:              nasc.nott.ac.uk
Genome Databases:       synteny.nott.ac.uk

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