Broach JR, et al. (1979) Transformation in yeast: development of a hybrid cloning vector and isolation of the CAN1 gene. Gene 8(1):121-33
Abstract: We have constructed a plasmid, YEp13, which when used in conjunction with transformation in yeast is a suitable vector for isolating specific yeast genes. The plasmid consists of pBR322, the LEU2 gene of yeast, and a DNA fragment containing a yeast origin of replication from 2 mu circule. We have demonstrated the utility of this cloning system by isolating the yeast gene encoding the arginine permease, CAN1, from a pool of random yeast DNA fragments inserted into YEp13.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 395029|
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