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1999-03

AUTHORS

A. C. McCormac, M. C. Elliott, D.-F. Chen

ABSTRACT

A new plasmid series has been created for Agrobacterium-mediated plant transformation. The pBECKS2000 series of binary vectors exploits the Cre/ loxP site-specific recombinase system to facilitate the construction of complex T-DNA vectors. The new plasmids enable the rapid generation of T-DNA vectors in which multiple genes are linked, without relying on the availability of purpose-built cassette systems or demanding complex, and therefore inefficient, ligation reactions. The vectors incorporate facilities for the removal of transformation markers from transgenic plants, while still permitting simple in vitro manipulations of the T-DNA vectors. A 'shuttle' or intermediate plasmid approach has been employed. This permits independent ligation strategies to be used for two gene sets. The intermediate plasmid sequence is incorporated into the binary vector through a plasmid co-integration reaction which is mediated by the Cre/loxP site-specific recombinase system. This reaction is carried out within Agrobacterium cells. Recombinant clones, carrying the co-integrative binary plasmid form, are selected directly using the antibiotic resistance marker carried on the intermediate plasmid. This strategy facilitates production of co-integrative T-DNA binary vector forms which are appropriate for either (1) transfer to and integration within the plant genome of target and marker genes as a single T-DNA unit; (2) transfer and integration of target and marker genes as a single T-DNA unit but with a Cre/loxP facility for site-specific excision of marker genes from the plant genome; or (3) co-transfer of target and marker genes as two independent T-DNAs within a single-strain Agrobacterium system, providing the potential for segregational loss of marker genes. More... »

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226-235

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s004380050961

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