[Plasmid DNA fragments from Halobacterium halobium active as eubacteria promoters in Escherichia coli].

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In this paper; a promoter-probe plasmid pKK232-8 was used as a vector which functioned in E. coli. The plasmid pHH205 of Halobacterium halobium J7 was digested by two groups of restriction endonucleases BamHI-SalI and HindIII -SalI, recombined in vitro and transformed into E. coli. The transformants were selected on resistance plates to contain ampicillin… (More)

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@article{Sun1997PlasmidDF, title={[Plasmid DNA fragments from Halobacterium halobium active as eubacteria promoters in Escherichia coli].}, author={Grace Y Sun and A. Jiang}, journal={Yi chuan xue bao = Acta genetica Sinica}, year={1997}, volume={24 4}, pages={380-4} }