Transposase Transgenic Flies

"Wolf, C Christian Christian.Wolf at intervet.com
Thu Apr 24 07:59:12 EST 2003


Hi,

I have a general question to the community:

To become transgenic flies normally helper vectors coding for transposase
are used.

1)	Does D. melanogaster WT encode for transposase?
2)	Do theses P-elements occur in D. melanogaster Wt?
3)	From which organism does the transposase encoded by Helper Plasmids
come from?
4)	Is there literature (reviews) about this topic? 

Thank you in advance

Christian 
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Dr. Christian Wolf
Akzo Nobel
Intervet Innovation GmbH
Drug Discovery / Target Discovery
Zur Propstei
55270 Schwabenheim
Germany

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Email:       christian.wolf at intervet.com

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