[Arabidopsis] Re: Arab-gen Digest, Vol 63, Issue 9

Ignacio Rubio via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by ignacio.rubio from tuebingen.mpg.de)
Sun Jul 25 12:10:22 EST 2010


It is perfectly possible if the GFP is under a promoter already. I have done it for several control lines. I hope that helps.
Nacho

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> Hi All,
> I am doing protein fusion with GFP in Gateway vectors to study the subcellular localization.  For control, can I transform the empty vectors into Arabidopsis without modification?
> If it is not, is there a simple way to remove the ccdB cassette?
> I tried transformation of Agro with the vectors, and appreared to get positive colonies.
> Thanks
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