pGPro1, a novel binary vector for monocot promoter characterization

@article{Thilmony2008pGPro1AN,
  title={pGPro1, a novel binary vector for monocot promoter characterization},
  author={Roger Thilmony and Mara E. Guttman and Dawn M. Chiniquy and Ann E. Blechl},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology Reporter},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={57-69}
}
Promoter analyses can be compromised by interactions between the test promoter and those driving the expression of other genes within the same construct. Our laboratory is engaged in identifying and characterizing promoters that will be useful in controlling transgene expression in monocot crops. For this purpose, we have built the pGProl binary vector construct, a pGreen derived binary vector that contains a useful multiple cloning region allowing the creation of transcriptional or… CONTINUE READING

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