LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo

Calderon-Villalobos LIA, Kuhnle C, Li HB, Rosso MG, Weisshaar B, Schwechheimer C (2006)
Plant Physiology 141(1): 3-14.

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Calderon-Villalobos LIA, Kuhnle C, Li HB, Rosso MG, Weisshaar B, Schwechheimer C. LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo. Plant Physiology. 2006;141(1):3-14.
Calderon-Villalobos, L. I. A., Kuhnle, C., Li, H. B., Rosso, M. G., Weisshaar, B., & Schwechheimer, C. (2006). LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo. Plant Physiology, 141(1), 3-14.
Calderon-Villalobos, L. I. A., Kuhnle, C., Li, H. B., Rosso, M. G., Weisshaar, B., and Schwechheimer, C. (2006). LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo. Plant Physiology 141, 3-14.
Calderon-Villalobos, L.I.A., et al., 2006. LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo. Plant Physiology, 141(1), p 3-14.
L.I.A. Calderon-Villalobos, et al., “LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo”, Plant Physiology, vol. 141, 2006, pp. 3-14.
Calderon-Villalobos, L.I.A., Kuhnle, C., Li, H.B., Rosso, M.G., Weisshaar, B., Schwechheimer, C.: LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo. Plant Physiology. 141, 3-14 (2006).
Calderon-Villalobos, LIA, Kuhnle, C, Li, HB, Rosso, Mario G., Weisshaar, Bernd, and Schwechheimer, C. “LucTrap vectors are tools to generate luciferase fusions for the quantification of transcript and protein abundance in vivo”. Plant Physiology 141.1 (2006): 3-14.
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