overexpression by antisense?

Minsoo Yoon myoon at hortresearch.co.nz
Thu Aug 23 00:45:54 EST 2001

Overexpression sometimes can cause suppression.  Thus it should not be too
surprising that an antisense construct can cause overexpression when the
complementary strand in the transgene, which is antisense of antisense or
simply 'sense', meets a strong endogenous promoter.



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