lacZ reporters

Sailesh Surapureddi SaiSu at MCB.LiU.SE
Sat Jul 8 02:47:57 EST 1995


>
>We are sick of doing cats and do not have a luminomiter (for luciferase)
>and so we are looking for a good set of mammalian lacZ (beta-galactosidase)
>reporter plasmids: one with a minimal promoter and cloning sites for
>inserting enhancer fragments, and one with no promoter, but with cloning
>sites for inserting promoters.  A high-copy plasmid would be nice too...  
>		  Thanks for any help !
>-- 
>Scott Vande Pol
>Case Western Reserve University
>Department of Pathology
>Cleveland Oh. 44106
>sbv at pop.cwru.edu


Hi,
	Roger Brent's lab have a variety of plamids (he is at Mass Gen. Hos), you could 
probably look into his homepage and usually they are very helpful, I have them 
but since I borrowed them from him, its better you get in touch with them.

Sucessful clonings
Sailesh.
Contacts:

Dr.Sailesh Surapureddi										voice of lab:+46-13-223917
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Halsouniversitetet
Linkoping, S 581 85
Sweden.



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