genecutl at mendel.berkeley.edu
Tue Mar 1 15:24:57 EST 1994
In article <wjia.1112929012C at 220.127.116.11>, wjia at unixg.ubc.ca (William
W.-G. Jia) wrote:
> Hi, there,
> A few days a ago, I posted a question regarding inducible promoters. I
> think I need to specify it more. What I would like to know is an inducible
> promoter that works in mammalians (rat, mouse, maybe caw?) in vivo. For my
> specific interest, I need an inducible promoter working in the brain. But I
> am also interested in anything works in other organs. At this point, I
> think what I mean "work" is that it can be induced by a non-toxic substance.
> The ratio of induction may be the next criteria.
What about a heat shock promoter? That can ba fairly non-toxic depending
on the system.
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