plant expression vector

Bill McKendree mckendre at ASRR.ARSUSDA.GOV
Thu Jan 8 08:43:09 EST 1998


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Dear plant biologists,

After verifying that Clonetech no longer carries pBI121 (see attached 
msg. below), I am at a loss a to who may now provide similar plant binary 
expression vectors commercially. Apparently they were not making enough 
money on this, and marketing said to drop it.  Although I (and just about 
everyone else in plant transformation work) already have this vector, or 
can get it from a colleague, commercial availability provides a nice backup.

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Dear Bill,
Unfortunately, we do not have any back stocks of this vector.  When a product
is discontinued, the whole inventory is autoclaved.
I hope that you are able to find another supplier to fit your research needs.
Sincerely,
Tom

Thomas M. Day
Technical Support Specialist
tmday at CLONTECH.com
tel:800-662-CLON x1428
    

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 1998 18:01:31 +0000
From: Joel Baguet <Joel.Baguet at ens-lyon.fr>
To: methods at net.bio.net
Subject: in vivo chemical cross-linkers

Who knows the available chemical cross-linkers (cleavable under 
reducing conditions if possible) to cross-link nuclear proteins in 
vivo (cell culture).


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