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Peter J. Punt,MBL-TNO,Rijswijk,The Neth. PETER_PU at MBL-PROG.MBL.tno.nl
Wed Feb 9 03:43:15 EST 1994


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> To:           ALSCHROE at wsuvm1.csc.wsu.edu.\.\
> From:         "Peter J. Punt,MBL-TNO,Rijswijk,The Neth."  <PETER_PU at MBL-PROG.MBL.TNO.NL>
> Organization: Medical Biological Laboratory TNO
> Date:         9 Feb 94 09:31:17 +0100 (MET DST)
> Subject:      Re: fungal promoters
> CC:           mycology at daresbury.ac.uk
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> > From:          ALSCHROE at wsuvm1.csc.wsu.edu.\(\).\(\)(\) (Dr. Alice L. Schroeder \(509/335-7010\))
> > Reply-to:      ALSCHROE at wsuvm1.csc.wsu.edu.\(\).\(\)(\) (Dr. Alice L. Schroeder \(509/335-7010\))
> > To:            "bionet.mycology mail newsgroup" <bionet-news at dl.ac.uk>
> > Subject:       fungal promoters
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> > I am interested in any fungal promoters made up of separate elements that lack
> > promoter function when present alone, such as separate enhancer and TATA
> > elements.   I'd be indebted to anyone who can inform me of these!  Martin L.
> > Pall at alschroe at wsuvm1.csc.wsu.edu
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> Dear Dr. Pall, recently we have developed a fungal mini-promoter
> based on sequences from the constitutively expressed Aspergilus
> nidulans gpdA gene. This mini-promoter contains all sequences
> necessary and sufficient for correct transcription initiation,
> drives a significant but low level of basal activity and is not
> effected by wide domain C- and N-control. Convenient cloning sites
> (KpnI and NotI) are present upstream of the transcription initiation
> sites. The promoter is followed by the reporter gene lacZ, and
> contains the argB marker for fungal transformation, which makes this
> vector suitable for the analysis of fungal upstream elements. Please
> let me know if this suits you. The vector is freely available for non-
> commercial use.
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>  | Peter J. Punt                         Internet: punt at mbl.tno.nl          |
>  | Medical Biological Laboratory TNO                                        |
>  | Department of Molecular Genetics and Gene-Technology                     |
>  | Postbox 5815                                                             |
>  | 2280 HV Rijswijk                      Phone (..) 31 15 843122            |
>  | The Netherlands                       Fax   (..) 31 15 843989            |
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 | Peter J. Punt                         Internet: punt at mbl.tno.nl          |
 | Medical Biological Laboratory TNO                                        |
 | Department of Molecular Genetics and Gene-Technology                     |
 | Postbox 5815                                                             |
 | 2280 HV Rijswijk                      Phone (..) 31 15 843122            |
 | The Netherlands                       Fax   (..) 31 15 843989            |
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