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promoter-probe vector

Jean-Yves Masson massonjy at rsvs.ulaval.ca
Tue Nov 22 20:41:51 EST 1994

Dear Charlie,

	I already have this vector in my hand, but my problem is that I 
want to make exoIII-S1 from the 5' end of my promoter. If I could have a 
plasmid with unique KpnI SalI and BamHI I would be very happy. The KpnI 
or other 3' end site will protect by vector from digestion, and the SalI 
and BamHI site will be used to clone my promoter. I just hope that a 
vector with theses features exists.

	Best regards,


On 22 Nov 1994, Hoffmacs wrote:

> Hi Jean-Yves et al.,
> I once altered a translational fusion vector (pSEYC102-centromeric plasmid
> with URA3 marker) to make a transcriptional fusion vector.  Cloning sites in
> the polylinker are EcoRI-SmaI(XmaI)-BamHI-XhoI (although this site is
> repeated in the plasmid-for use if you want to pull out lacZ)-HindIII.  The
> reference for this plasmid, pCHY22 is Gene 84:473-479.  Let me know if you
> want it.
> Charlie Hoffman
> "I'd rather be fission (but I've done a few things in budding yeast too)."
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> Subject: promoter-probe vector
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> Hi everybody,
> 	I am looking for a shuttle (between E. coli and yeast) 
> promoter-probe plasmid. The vector should contain a good polylinker and 
> also the lacZ gene as the reporter gene. 
> Thanks
> Jean-Yves Masson
> Molecular Endocrinology Laboratory
> CHUL Research Center
> E-mail: MASSONJY at rsvs.ulaval.ca

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