Yes. It works better in our hands.
On Wed, 26 Feb 1997, Alex Harvey wrote:
> Is anyone using Clontech's pEGFP reporter vectors? I want to compare
> expression of the F64L/S65T double mutant to the same with "humanized"
> codons. Clontech claims the change in codon usage results in around a
> 7-fold increase in fluorescent signal (in CHO cells) - can anyone verify
> this (in any cell type)? I'm using GFP as a reporter in chicken
> blastodermal cells.
>> Thanks for any input.
>> Gord Speksnijder
> Department of Genetics
> B410 Life Sciences
> University of Georgia
> Athens, GA 30602-7229
> phone (706) 542-1420
> fax (706) 542-1413
> email gord at bscr.uga.edu>>
Chris Lau, Ph.D. Tel: 415 476-8839
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