pLysS sequence?

Paul N Hengen pnh at ncifcrf.gov
Mon Jun 9 10:47:11 EST 1997


Jim Woodgett (jwoodget at oci.utoronto.ca) wrote:

> Not unless its part of a genome project.  pLysS is an E. coli strain that 
> expresses lysozyme among other things (the DE3 version contains an integrated 
> T7 RNA polymerase under Lac control).

pLysS and pLysE are plasmids.

@article{Studier1991,
author = "F. W. Studier",
title = "Use of bacteriophage {T7} lysozyme to
improve an inducible {T7} expression system",
journal = "J. Mol. Biol.",
volume = "219",
pages = "37-44",
year = "1991"}

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