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Reporter genes

, : Reporter genes. Methods in Molecular Biology 478: 39-69

Reporter genes have been widely used in plant molecular biology, typically to discern patterns of gene expression, but also as markers of transformed cells during stable transformation procedures. The ideal marker gene would be expected to display characteristics such as ease and cheapness of use, lack of toxicity, and robustness; and the most commonly used ones - GUS, GFP, LUC, and Cl+R/B (anthocyanin accumulation) exhibit most if not all of these properties.


PMID: 19009438

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-59745-379-0_3

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