glycine auxotroph

James J. Campanella jjc4 at po.CWRU.Edu
Thu Jul 21 07:45:47 EST 1994


there was a S. cerevisiae strain that was described in a 1977 J.
of Bacteriology paper by Ogur, et al. The strain was a glycine
auxotroph. Does anyone out in the net have this auxotroph or
another glycine auxotroph? Thanks for the help, Jim Campanella
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.
Jim Campanella, Case Western Reserve University Biology Department
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

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