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ProductsMaV203 Competent Yeast Cells Library Scale from Invitrogen
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Item MaV203 Competent Yeast Cells Library Scale
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Description MaV203 Competent Yeast Cells are designed for use with the ProQuest Two-Hybrid System (Figure 1). S. cerevisiae strain MaV203 contains deletions in the endogenous GAL4 and GAL80 genes for use with GAL4-based two-hybrid systems. The strain also has leu2 and trp1 mutations for selection of ProQuest bait and prey vectors. MaV203 contains three GAL4 inducible reporter genes, providing four phenotypes, for easier identification of true interactors (Figure 2). The MaV203 competent cells feature:

Transformation (250 l of cells) efficiency yields >1 x 106 colonies
Control DNA pMAB12 to confirm transformation efficiency and the preparation of selection media
Pre-qualified PEG/Lithium Acetate to maximize number of trans-formants
Competent cells formatted with carrier DNA already included
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