Characterizing a strong pan-muscular promoter (Pmlc-1) as a fluorescent co-injection marker to select for single-copy insertions.
KAUST DepartmentBiological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering (BESE) Division
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AbstractFluorescent markers are useful for identifying transgenic C. elegans after injection. In some cases, fluorophores are used to identify transgenics and to propagate animals with extra-chromosomal or integrated arrays (e.g., sur-5
CitationEl Mouridi, S., Peng, Y., & Frøkjær-Jensen, C. <i>Characterizing a strong pan-muscular promoter (Pmlc-1) as a fluorescent co-injection marker to select for single-copy insertions</i>. microPublication Biology. https://doi.org/10.17912/MICROPUB.BIOLOGY.000302
SponsorsKAUST intramural funding.
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