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Cloning two fluorescent proteins with different promoters in the same plasmid?
I want to clone two fluorescent proteins both driven by different promoters in a plasmid to be used to transform B. subtilis at the amyE locus. For this I want to use plasmid pSG1729 (Lewis and ...
Jul 24 '13 at 22:07
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