Transformation of Penicillium expansum with a heterologous gene which confers resistance to benomyl
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Transformation of Penicillium expansum with the pBT6 vector yielded 8 to 34 transformants per μg of DNA. Hybridization analyses revealed that homologous recombination occurred in most of the transformants. Twenty-one out of 25 transformants analysed showed hybridization patterns which were indistinguishable from that of the wild type.
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