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pGreen Lantern assembly by Bjorn

MacGregor, Barbara via methods%40net.bio.net (by bmacgreg from unc.edu)
Wed Nov 23 12:10:50 EST 2016


I just wanted to say, nice job! I actually have no use whatsoever for the plasmid, but nice to see the pieces put together.


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  1. pGreenLantern-1 sequence (Bjorn)

From: Bjorn <bjornjobb from gmail.com>
Subject: pGreenLantern-1 sequence
Date: 22 November 2016 11:10:34 GMT-5
To: <methods from net.bio.net>

Hi all,

I have the pGreenLantern-1 sequences, both assembled and
from Gibco/Life technologies.

There are differences which are analyzed.

See here http://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/BjornFJohansson/pydna-examples/blob/master/pGreenLantern1.ipynb

The theoretical sequence is available at the end of the document.


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