Promega's Altered Sites kit

Karl Fischer kfischer at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca
Wed Jun 7 15:00:24 EST 1995


In article <crasmussen-0606951306480001 at mac23.biochem.ualberta.ca>,
crasmussen at anat.med.ualberta.ca (Colin Rasmussen) wrote:

> In article <3qtikq$l6v at network.ucsd.edu>, T.S. Pillay <tpillay at ucsd.edu>
wrote:
> We haven't used the ALTERex plasmids but with the pALTER1 plasmid we have
> been able to make every mutant we have required.
> 
> Colin

Better second that vote...and from another Albertan no less :-)

As Colin has previously stated, the pAlter-1 system has been the
cornerstone of our site-directed mutagenesis experiments because of the
efficiency of mutagenesis and the relative ease in preparing/purchasing
the components.

Cheers

Karl

-- 
Karl Fischer
kfischer at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca
tyr-2 at bones.biochem.ualberta.ca



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