Lambda-YES is a great single-copy plasmid with a Gal-Inducible Promoter
and a URA marker.. we use it all the time here. As far as transformation
is concerned, electroporation a la E. coli is fairly effective.. we have
a protocol or two if you're interested.
In article <01bd485d$5d6e25a0$5d227681 at chm407-1.chem.ttu.edu>, "Benan
Dincturk" <knben at ttacs.ttu.edu> wrote:
> Hello netters
>> E. coli expression does not seem to work for my huge protein. So while I am
> playing with E. coli vectors, I plan to start with yeast expression. Who
> has experience with yeast? Can you suggest some vectors with strong
> promoters? What are the important points in yeast transformation? I know
> that is the thoughest part usually. I am a beginner so every suggestion
> will be appreciated. Thank you all.
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