Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes

Gronlund JT, Stemmer C, Lichota J, Merkle T, Grasser KD (2007)
Plant Molecular Biology 63(4): 545-556.

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Gronlund JT, Stemmer C, Lichota J, Merkle T, Grasser KD. Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes. Plant Molecular Biology. 2007;63(4):545-556.
Gronlund, J. T., Stemmer, C., Lichota, J., Merkle, T., & Grasser, K. D. (2007). Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes. Plant Molecular Biology, 63(4), 545-556.
Gronlund, J. T., Stemmer, C., Lichota, J., Merkle, T., and Grasser, K. D. (2007). Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes. Plant Molecular Biology 63, 545-556.
Gronlund, J.T., et al., 2007. Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes. Plant Molecular Biology, 63(4), p 545-556.
J.T. Gronlund, et al., “Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes”, Plant Molecular Biology, vol. 63, 2007, pp. 545-556.
Gronlund, J.T., Stemmer, C., Lichota, J., Merkle, T., Grasser, K.D.: Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes. Plant Molecular Biology. 63, 545-556 (2007).
Gronlund, Jesper T., Stemmer, Christian, Lichota, Jacek, Merkle, Thomas, and Grasser, Klaus D. “Functionality of the beta/six site-specific recombination system in tobacco and Arabidopsis: A novel tool for genetic engineering of plant genomes”. Plant Molecular Biology 63.4 (2007): 545-556.
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