two extrachromosomal arrays

Cunningham, Melody K mcunni2 at lsumc.edu
Thu Apr 15 20:53:24 EST 1999


Hi!  I'm trying to isolate a gene based on how it affects gfp expression.  I

have crossed my mutant gene (integrated) into a strain that has mec-7gfp
(extrachromosomal array).  To rescue my favorite gene, I will be crossing N2

transgenics containing cosmids within the region of my favorite gene and
looking for a change in gfp expression.  This means that I will end up with
a
strain that has two extrachromosomal arrays.  How do strains that contain
more than one extrachromosomal arrays behave?  Will this pose a problem for
me?
If anyone can help, please email me at the following address:
mcunni2 at lsumc.edu

Thanks,
Melody Cunningham


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