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Two questions

Cris Woolston C.J.Woolston at applied-biology.hull.ac.uk
Thu Jun 2 12:07:46 EST 1994

Many thanks to all of you who pointed out that VPg stands either for:

Viral protein - genome-linked (most common) or
Viral protein - genomic

On the other matter - thanks again for those who pointed out that Promega's
pGEM5 and 7  and pGL vectors have Mlu1 sites in the MCS. Unfortunately I
need to lift the Mlu1 insert out again on flanking sites, and the only one
in the pGEMs is a Nsi1 which is no use to me.

However, Boehringer Mannheim do a vector pUCBM20 which is more useful!

All this goes to illustrate how useful this list can be!

Keep it up,


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