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Reporter genes for plant genetic engineering: characteristics and detection



Reporter genes for plant genetic engineering: characteristics and detection



Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 47(3): 424-432



The most widely used protocols for detecting major reporter genes, GUS and GFP (AFP) (green fluorescent protein), in plants are briefly reviewed. The essential characteristics of these reporter genes and the corresponding proteins are presented.

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