Southern analysis in transgenic plant

clarosa clarosa at biocomp.unl.edu
Tue Jul 10 11:58:50 EST 2001


Plants in certain circumstances are genetic chimeras.  Is this possible in
your situation?

Ann wrote:

> Can anyone help me to explain my southern result? Why did I can detect
> the presence of the gene in some part of the plant BUT I can't do so
> in some part of the plant. I took the samples from the leaves. Isn't
> it means that transgenic plants will have the presence of the gene all
> over the part? Can it be the other way round? By the way , I did
> detect the presence of the gene in all the samples via PCR method.
> Please explain to me. Thank you very much.




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