Integrated bombardment andAgrobacterium transformation system: An alternative method for soybean transformation

  title={Integrated bombardment andAgrobacterium transformation system: An alternative method for soybean transformation},
  author={A. Droste and G. Pasquali and M. H. Bodanese-Zanettini},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology Reporter},
  • A. Droste, G. Pasquali, M. H. Bodanese-Zanettini
  • Published 2008
  • Biology
  • Plant Molecular Biology Reporter
  • Described here is a new method for soybean transformation, based on microwounding of embryonic clumps by particle bombardment prior to inoculation with anAgrobacterium suspension. The method combines the advantages of somatic embryogenesis and gene transfer through an integrated transformation system. This is the first report of application of this technique to transformation ofGlycine max. 
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