In article <mgoodin-2308952028100001 at gpbb6.berkeley.edu>,
mgoodin at nature.berkeley.edu (Michael Goodin) wrote:
> Someone in my lab told me that she heard of a free-of-charge source for
> two-hybrid libraries. Unfortunatly, she did not know where the source was
> located but heard that it was at NIH. Is there some truth this? If not,
> can anyone provide me with a yeast (S. cerevisiae), Nicotiana benthamiana
> and/or N. edwardsonii library. I would be happy to discuss the details of
> my research with anyone that can provide one of these libraries.
>mgoodin at nature.berkeley.edu
We acquired a yeast acid fusion library from Roger Brent's lab as part of
the interaction trap "package". The library was constructed by Paul Watt
and the auxotrophic marker is TRP1.