283 GUS promotor trap lines from Patrick Gallois
Sean May [NASC]
sean_may at thale.life.nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Feb 25 13:02:17 EST 2000
Release of promoter trap lines from Patrick Gallois
NASC and ABRC are pleased to announce the release of 283 individual Gallois
promoter trap lines from Patrick Gallois, Laboratoire de Physiologie et
Biology Moleculaire Vegetales, Universite de Perpignan, France.
This transgenic population contains the pDGus Bin19 construct donated to
Patrick Gallois by Dr Keith Lindsey. This has a promoterless GUS with its
ATG next to the T-DNA left border.
A general description of the lines may be found in:
M. Devic, V. Hecht, C. Berger, M. Delseny and P. Gallois (1995) - An
assessment of promoter trapping as a tool to study plant zygotic
embryogenesis. C.R. Acad. Sci. Life Science 318: 121-128.
For detailed descriptions and information relating to these lines, please
refer to the stockcentre webpages.
Stocks can be ordered in the usual way from the
NASC (http://nasc.nott.ac.uk) and ABRC (http://aims.cse.msu.edu/aims) web
The handling charges associated with these lines are:
CS/N5150 - 283 lines = $ 400 / UKP 255
Individual lines (CS/N4860-CS/N5142) may be ordered as part of the normal
user fee system described on our catalogue websites.
Sean May (NASC)
Randy Scholl (ABRC)
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
Dr. Randall L. Scholl ( scholl.1 at osu.edu )
Associate Professor, Plant Biology
Room 363 B&Z Bldg.
1735 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210
Office: (614) 292-1982
Lab: (614) 292-9371
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