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A method for performing precise alterations in the yeast genome using a recycable selectable marker

Nucleic Acids Research

Aug 11, 1995

F Längle-Rouault, Eric Jacobs

PMID: 7659536

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins
5-fluoroorotic acid
Mutagenesis, Site-Directed
Genetic Markers
Genome, Fungal
Deletion Mutation
TEC1 protein, S cerevisiae
Yeast Proteins
PMS1 protein, S cerevisiae
Zinc Orotate
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A method for performing precise alterations in the yeast genome using a recycable selectable marker

Nucleic Acids Research

Aug 11, 1995

F Längle-Rouault, Eric Jacobs

PMID: 7659536

DOI:

Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins
5-fluoroorotic acid
Mutagenesis, Site-Directed
Genetic Markers
Genome, Fungal
Deletion Mutation
TEC1 protein, S cerevisiae
Yeast Proteins
PMS1 protein, S cerevisiae
Zinc Orotate

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