Non-alpha complementation vector

Duncan Clark junk at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Apr 25 08:14:06 EST 2002


Historians believe that in newspost 
<20020424171001.01655.00002368 at mb-cl.aol.com> on Wed, 24 Apr 2002, 
JSUPolek <jsupolek at aol.com> penned the following literary masterpiece:
>Does anyone know of a high copy number vector that does not contain the
>truncated lacZ gene?  I've been using pBR322

pHC624, pHC312, pHC314.

Single point mutation of a pBR322 derivative (it's a tet minus 
derivative as tet is lethal at high copy). Published many many years ago 
in Gene by a Hungarian group I think.

Duncan
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Duncan Clark
GeneSys Ltd.




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