ura3-52

Karthi Ramachandran karthi at deakin.edu.au
Tue Oct 22 17:55:48 EST 1996


In article <3266AF91.57B7 at cctr.umkc.edu>, Antony Cooper <coopera at cctr.umkc.edu> wrote:
>Has anyone done a Southern in a ura3-52 strain probing with URA3?  I 
>cut the genomic DNA with HindIII and expected the classic 1.1 kb 
>HindIII URA3 band but I now understand that the ura3-52 mutation is in 
>fact a ~6 kb TY insertion and this would probably explain my 
>unexpected band size (smaller than 1.1 + ~6.0 kb).  I have attempted 
>to determine if the Ty element has a HindIII site within it but the 
>few Ty1 elements I've downloaded don't appear to contain a HindIII 
>site. If anyone can shed some light on what bands to expect I'd 
>appreciate it. Thanks. Antony Cooper.

Hi ,

Look up the paper

Identification of a Ty within the coding seq of the S. c URA3 gene
Gen Genet 1984 193:557-560

They did southerns on URA3 and URA3-52 strains probed with Ura3 or Ura3-52. 
But theit digests were with Bam HI or XhoI

Hope this helps

Good Luck

Karthi . R

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