Figure 2.

PCR analysis of C. reinhardtii transformants. (A) hGAD65 specific primers GAD-1 and GAD-2 generated PCR products using total algal DNA as template. Lanes 1 to 5, independent C. reinhardtii transformants; PC, positive control (hGAD65 containing plasmid pXW-GAD-His). C. reinhardtii wild-type strain 137c DNA was used as a negative control. PCR products are indicated by the arrow. (B) Chloroplast specific primers CP3 and CP4 generated PCR products using total algal DNA as a template. Lanes 1 to 2, representative C. reinhardtii transformants; C. reinhardtii wild-type strain 137c DNA was used as a negative control. PCR products are indicated by the arrows. (C) The CP3/GAD-1 or CP4/GAD-2 primer set generated PCR products. Lane 1, representative C. reinhardtii transformant. C. reinhardtii wild-type strain 137c DNA was used as a negative control. PCR products are indicated by the arrows.

Wang et al. BMC Biotechnology 2008 8:87   doi:10.1186/1472-6750-8-87
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