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tet-induction on plates

Gal Haimovich gal.haimovich at weizmann.ac.il
Mon Mar 17 04:09:32 EST 2003


I use the tet-off system, and I get very good repression on dox plates.
I don't prepare the plates with the dox, but add it afterwards (40=B5l of 1=
mg/ml,
and spread it all over the plate).
Gal

Christine Federovitch wrote:

> I am interested in conducting a conditional screen using the
> TET-inducible system. My doxycycline plates do not induce expression
> of my protein, however my protein induces normally in liquid culture
> with doxycycline. Has anyone successfully made antibiotic plates that
> induce the TET system? Or are there any suggestions?
>
> I appreciate your help.
> Christine
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