leach at bu.edu
Fri Apr 5 07:55:38 EST 1996
Steve Kay in U Virginia has done some very cool stuff with imaging of
in arabidopsis (looking at circadian rhythms)....very neat demo of this
on promega's luciferase symposium video.
Here is some contact info
| SteveK's real name is "Steve Kay".
| Email address: sak5y at virginia.edu
| AndrewM's real name is "Andrew J. Millar".
| Institution: Univ. of Virginia
| Occupation: Post-Doctoral Fellow (LSRF)
| Email address: ajm2m at virginia.edu
Andrew Millar I believe was his grad student that did a lot of the imaging
tell Steve I say hi....if you contact him
Michael Cooley (szcooley at chip.ucdavis.edu) wrote:
: I am looking for a protocol to use to get a picture of plant roots which
: are producing light from the firefly luciferase fusion to PR1 promoter.
: Any information regarding the use of firefly luciferase to creat an image
: would be appreciated regardless of the specific application. We are
: trying to figure out what type of apparatus is needed. Thanks, Mike
: Cooley, UCDavis, Davis,CA 95616
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