When you enter multiple keywords separated by space, your search will contain results that match any of the keywords (OR search).
  • 12 Hits
  • Search Condition : Filter (MeSH = Lac Operon*)
Species Resource Title
Human and Animal Cells S+L-Mink(RCB1834) Comparison between S+L- assay and LacZ marker rescue assay for detecting replication-competent gammaretroviruses.
Prokaryotes E. coli pKMtacI , pKMtacII The tac promoter: a functional hybrid derived from the trp and lac promoters.
Prokaryotes E. coli pHSG298 , pHSG299 , pHSG396 , pHSG397 , pHSG398 , pHSG399 , pHSG415r , pHSG575 , pHSG576 , pHSG587 High-copy-number and low-copy-number plasmid vectors for lacZ alpha-complementation and chloramphenicol- or kanamycin-resistance selection.
Prokaryotes E. coli pRS414 , pRS415 , pRS551 , pRS552 Improved single and multicopy lac-based cloning vectors for protein and operon fusions.
Prokaryotes E. coli pMC1403 New versatile plasmid vectors for expression of hybrid proteins coded by a cloned gene fused to lacZ gene sequences encoding an enzymatically active carboxy-terminal portion of beta-galactosidase.
Prokaryotes E. coli ptac11 , ptac12 , ptac12H Vectors bearing a hybrid trp-lac promoter useful for regulated expression of cloned genes in Escherichia coli.
Prokaryotes E. coli placZ1 , placZ1a , placZ2 , placZ3 , placZY1 , placZY1a , placZY2 , placZY3 New improved lacZ gene fusion vectors.
Prokaryotes E. coli pHRP308 , pHRP309 , pHRP310 , pHRP311 , pHRP315 , pHRP316 Construction and use of a new broad-host-range lacZ transcriptional fusion vector, pHRP309, for gram- bacteria.
Prokaryotes E. coli pHRP317 , pHRP308 , pHRP309 , pHRP310 , pHRP311 , pHRP315 , pHRP316 Construction and use of a new broad-host-range lacZ transcriptional fusion vector, pHRP309, for gram- bacteria.
Prokaryotes E. coli ME8134 , ME8135 , ME8136 , ME8133 Plasmids containing many tandem copies of a synthetic lactose operator.
Prokaryotes E. coli ME9018 New Tn10 derivatives for transposon mutagenesis and for construction of lacZ operon fusions by transposition.
Prokaryotes E. coli ME6039 Lactose genes fused to exogenous promoters in one step using a Mu-lac bacteriophage: in vivo probe for transcriptional control sequences.