[Chlamydomonas] Re: grp in Chlamydomonas

Bernd, Karen via chlamy%40net.bio.net (by kabernd from davidson.edu)
Tue Oct 4 16:41:58 EST 2011

First, I do o have a construct but, in looking for one do you want gfp or
rfp? For some reason I thought the autoflourescence in chlamy would make
rfp more easily detectible. I would love to hear what the list has!

Karen Bernd

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>I have some undergraduates who would like to demonstrate transformation
>in Chlamy using gfp as the reporter. This would have to be a simple
>procedure as they will do it as part of a class. I have never transformed
>Chlamy, so I am wondering if there is a plasmid containing a constitutive
>gfp gene that can be introduced into Chlamy fairly easily.
>Many thanks
>Mike Adams
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