Wed Mar 8 13:45:06 EST 1995
In article <3jjs2f$2kq at unicorn.nott.ac.uk>, Simon Dawson
<mbxspd at unicorn.nott.ac.uk> wrote:
> I wonder if anyone can help a budding two-hybrid person. I am
> looking to use the GAL4 based two-hybrid system to search for proteins
> that might interact with one which I am studying. Trouble is, there
> is a possiblity that my protein of interest might interact directly(!)
> with the acidic domain of GAL4 *ug!*
> Now, this protein might also interact with VP16 acidic domain
> from the LexA two-hybrid as well. Would these interactions (if they
> really do occur) be a problem? It seems to me (not being familiar
> with this system) that they might. Have I missed something in the
> theory of this that would screen out such false positives?
> Thanx for any info in advance,
> ps. If any of you out there who use 2-hybrid technology fancy sending
> me an email, maybe it would be a good idea to form a sort of 'group'
> so we can exchange ideas/problems/solutions. What do you think?
> Simon Dawson
> Dept. Biochemistry
> Email: mbxspd at unicorn.nott.ac.uk
> URL: http://unicorn.nott.ac.uk/~mbxspd/Simon.html
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