Flounder "antifreeze" gene reference - admail [1/1]

Martin E. Mulligan mulligan at kean.ucs.mun.ca
Thu Jun 2 11:02:00 EST 1994

In article <1994Jun2.083500.523 at molene.ifremer.fr>, jpcadore at ifremer.fr (Jean-Paul cadoret) writes:
> In article <0A7AAC71B03F20CED9 at qut.edu.au>, P.HOEBEN at qut.edu.au (HOEBEN) says:
>>I am after a reference for the Flounder "anti-freeze" gene. Furthermore
>>I seem to remember this gene was used to transform other fish. Does
>>anybody know which promoter was used and where this was published?
> the name linked to antifreeze protein is the one of Fletcher et al Can.
>  J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45: 352-357 and genetic engineering vol 13. 
> They transformed atlantic Salmon 
> I think you can find Gary Fletcher at the Ocean sciences centre memorial 
> of new foundland St Johns Newfoundland, canada AIC 5S7

The correct name and address is:

	Dr. Garth Fletcher
	Ocean Sciences Centre
	Memorial University of Newfoundland
	St. John's, Newfoundland,

You may be able to reach Garth by email at gfletchr at kean.ucs.mun.ca


Martin Mulligan
Dept of Biochemistry
Memorial University of Newfoundland

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