[Yeast] Non-fluorescent method for staing yeast nuclei

Shaoyu Wang via yeast%40net.bio.net (by S.Wang At uws.edu.au)
Wed Nov 22 00:25:55 EST 2006

Hi, All,

I wonder if there are any methods that do not use fluorescent probe for
staining yeast nuclei?


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   1. Strong pombe promoter (N L)


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Subject: [Yeast] Strong pombe promoter
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Hi all,

I am looking for a strong pombe promoter to express my gene. So aside
from adh, fbp1, tef, tet, SV40, nmt and hCMV promoters, are there any
other promoters? The nmt series of promoters will not do in my



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