In this project we use a new method for creating libraries of synthetic promoters for a range of microorganism, bacteria as well as yeast, and more recently for higher eukaryotic organisms. The promoters differ only slightly in strength but together they cover a broad range of promoter activities, including very efficient promoters. The strategy used here was to maintain the consensus sequence essentially constant and randomize the spacer sequences between the consensus sequences.
|Effective start/end date||01/05/1995 → 01/01/9999|
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