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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Submitter: Rita Volkers

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This protocol describes the procedure of conjugation of pK18mobSacB suicide plasmid containing fragments UP and DOWN that delimit the recombination region from E. coli S17λpir to P. putida cells.

Creators: Felipe de Salas, Laura de Eugenio, Beatriz Galán

Submitter: Felipe de Salas

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Leaf agroinfiltration is a method used in plant biology and biotechnology to induce transient expression of genes in leaf tissue, in order to produce a desired protein. In the method, a suspension of Agrobacterium tumefaciens, which contains a plasmid with the gene of interest, is introduced into a plant leaf by direct injection, whereafter the bacteria transfer the desired gene into the plant cells via transfer of T-DNA. The main benefit of agroinfiltration, when compared to the more traditional ...

Creators: Emanuela Pedrazzini, Emanuela Pedrazzini

Submitter: Emanuela Pedrazzini

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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Creator: Rita Volkers

Submitter: Rita Volkers

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