pUC119 : Info wanted.
robison1 at husc10.harvard.edu
Fri Nov 20 09:28:26 EST 1992
wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu writes:
>In a previous article, proberts at castle.ed.ac.uk (P Roberts) wrote:
>>I'm looking for information on the plasmid pUC119. None of the
>>databases to which I have access have heard of it. Does anyone out
>>there have any information they could let me have? I would like to know
>>things like marker (presumably ampicillin), polylinker and any other
>>bits and bobs that it has. A complete sequence would be great if
>>someone has a copy on-line that they could mail me.
>> Thanks very much for any help you can offer.
>> Paul (proberts at uk.ac.ed.castle)
>Forgive the stupid question... are you sure it's pUC119 as in *119*????
>I've heard of pUC19, as in *19*, but not 119. If it is in fact pUC19 that
>you need, I think I can provide it to you but having been in mol-bio for 5
>years, I've never heard of pUC119.
I believe that you will find that pUC119 DOES exist -- it is pUC19 with
an M13 ori added to convert it to a phagemid.
Department of Cellular & Developmental Biology
Department of Genetics / HHMI
robison at biosun.harvard.edu
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