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The nos gene produces the most abundant mRNA in tumors induced by nopaline-type Ti plasmids (13). Therefore, this promoter has been used by several laboratories for construction of chimeric selectable markers. However, it has been found that the nos promoter is not constitutively expressed in plant cells (14). The promoter is highly active in roots but very weakly expressed in leaves. Furthermore, the nos promoter activity is developmentally and environmentally regulated. Therefore, selectable markers constructed with the nos promoter may not be suitable for certain plant species.
6, Count colonies after 2-5 d incubation at 28OC. 7. Perform assaysin triplicate. 5. Blindwell Assays Early experiments were performed using the capillary assay (13,14). We have subsequently switched to the Blindwell assay (5) owing to its ease of use and greater reproducibility. These are performed in Boyden chambers (15), which consist of a perspex base, drilled and threaded, into which a hollow Teflon plug is screwed (see Fig. 2). 1. Lightly grease shelf above the bottom chamber. 2. tL of bacteria into the bottom chamber.