killer gene in yeast

Rolf Rolf.Marteijn at 94.student.wau.nl
Sun Apr 14 16:09:47 EST 1996


In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.960409115246.27355A-100000 at duke.usask.ca>,
   Ray Lu <luray at duke.usask.ca> wrote:

>I'm looking for a gene that, when expressed (not necessarily 
>over-expressed), can inhibit the growth of yeast cells or ideally kill 
>them. Can someone point me some refs please?

Well, there are several products that can kill E.Coli's. Search for 
papers of Lars Jenssen et al. on the GEF. 

OR look at the latest INVITROGEN catalog. They have a ZERO-BACKGROUND 
system with a killing function to at least E.Coli.

Good Luck,

Rolf



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