unstabile cDNAs?

Ed Rybicki ed at micro.uct.ac.za
Tue May 24 11:56:11 EST 1994


In article <01HCK9YKYT5U95MXZS at delphi.com> NISSON at BIOTECHNET.COM writes:
>Subject: unstabile cDNAs?
>From: NISSON at BIOTECHNET.COM
>Date: 20 May 1994 09:58:55 -0700

>Does anyone have any cDNA clones that contain unstabile sequences within
>them such that after their propagation, parts of the clone are lost?

I hate to do it again, but:

Yes, I do, but they've lost the unstable bits....


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