E. coli LacZ gene

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Fri Sep 10 11:59:05 EST 1999


In article <7rb0k9$odb at net.bio.net>, news at news.net.uni-c.dk writes
>Maybe the wildtype isn't the best reporter. Some kind of modified protein could
>be better. 

Suggestions?

>The proposed LacZ from Promega could be the answer, but it is not
>necessarily good, just because they sell it!!!!

I didn't suggest that it was good, just that it is available. I have no
relation with Promega, I just noticed it in their catalogue. I'm sure
others are available. One just has to search.

Duncan
-- 
The problem with being on the cutting edge is that you occasionally get 
sliced from time to time....

Duncan Clark
DNAmp Ltd.
Tel: +44(0)1252376288
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http://www.dnamp.com
http://www.genesys.demon.co.uk




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