Vectors for Cloning DNA: Production of Single-Stranded Plasmid DNA. pKUN, Vectors for the Separate Production of Both DNA Strands of Recombinant Plasmids. Restriction Site Bank Vectors for Cloning in Gram-Negative Bacteria and Yeast. Plasmids for the Selection and Analysis of Prokaryotic Promoters. A gl DNA Protocol Based on Purification of Phage on DEAE-Cellulose. Double cos Site Vectors: Simplified Cosmid Cloning. Improved in Vitro Packaging of gl DNA. *gl Phage Vectors--Embl Series. Plasmid and Phage Vectors for Gene Cloning and Analysis in Streptomyces. Cosmid Shuttle Vectors for Cloning and Analysis of Streptomyces DNA. Host-Vector Systems for Gene Cloning in Cyanobacteria. Genetic Engineering of the Cyanobacterial Chromosome. Conjugal Transfer of Plasmids to Cyanobacteria. Site-Directed Chromosomal Rearrangements in Yeast. Improved Vectors for Plant Transformation: Expression Cassette Vectors and New Selectable Markers. Vectors for Cloning in Plant Cells.Binary Ti Vectors for Plant Transformation and Promoter Analysis. Detection for Monocot Transformation via Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Direct Gene Transfer to Protoplasts of Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Plants by a Number of Methods, Including Electroporation. Uptake of DNA and RNA into Cells Mediated by Electroporation. Electroporation of DNA and RNA into Plant Protoplasts. Cloning Vectors of Mitochondrial Origin for Eukaryotes.
Vectors for Expression of Cloned Genes: Short Homopeptide Leader Sequences Enhanced Production of Human Proinsulin in Escherichia coli. Expression of Bovine Growth Hormone Derivatives in Escherichia coli and the Use of the Derivatives to
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