IGEM:Harvard/2010/Plasmids

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we have ordered the following vectors: '''O1, O2, E3, E4, R1, and R3.'''
we have ordered the following vectors: '''O1, O2, E3, E4, R1, and R3.'''
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these plasmids currently contain multiple cloning sites (MCSs) with many, many restriction enzyme cut sites. we will need to change the MCSs such that they are biobrick compatible.

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the plant vectors we will be biobrick-ing and using to transform into arabidopsis come from this paper:

Coutu, et al. "pORE: a modular binary vector series suited for both monocot and dicot plant transformation" Transgenic Res (2007) 16: 771-781.

this paper established a whole slew of vectors with different plant promoters and antibiotic resistance markers.

we have ordered the following vectors: O1, O2, E3, E4, R1, and R3.

these plasmids currently contain multiple cloning sites (MCSs) with many, many restriction enzyme cut sites. we will need to change the MCSs such that they are biobrick compatible.

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