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Direct cell to cell transfer of mitochondria by microinjection






Current plant science and biotechnology in agriculture: ) 299-300

Direct cell to cell transfer of mitochondria by microinjection



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Verhoeven, H.A.; Blaas, J., 1992: Direct cell to cell transfer of organelles by microinjection. A new technique for transfer of organelles to plant cells is presented. The organelles are removed from the donor protoplast by micromanipulation and microinjected directly into the acceptor cells. First results obtained by this technique for tran...

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Verhoeven, H.A.; Eck, J.W. van; Blaas, E.J.; Dijkhuis, P., 1995: Interspecfic transfer of isolated plant mitochondria by microinjection. Data on isolation, purification and transfer of mitochondria from a cytoplasmically male sterile line of the 'Ogura' type of Raphanus sativus to a male fertile line of Brassica napus are reported. Microinjection has been used for the tra...

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