krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de
Mon Nov 8 15:12:22 EST 1999
Iris Ottenschlaeger <ottensch at pomelo.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de> wrote:
> Hi! Could you please subscribe me to the bionet/fluorescent proteins
If you have "usenet news", you don't need a subscription and will not
be annoyed by spam repeatedly popping up in your mailbox. If you feel
that you don't want to learn Usenet, you can subscribe by sending an
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> Do you know where to get the clone for the recently published coral red
> fluorescent protein (Matz et al., Nat.Biotech. 17, Oct. 1999)?
Since the article was heavily sponsored by Clontech (just look into the
acknowledgements), you'll probably have to buy the stuff. Maybe one of
the Clontech people on this list might want to comment.
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