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Title: RecTEPsy mediated recombineering in Pseudomonas syringae

item Swingle, Bryan

Submitted to: Methods in Molecular Biology
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: 2/25/2013
Publication Date: 1/31/2014
Citation: Swingle, B.M. 2014. RecTEPsy mediated recombineering in Pseudomonas syringae. Methods in Molecular Biology. 1114:3-10. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-62703-761-7_1.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: A recently developed Pseudomonas syringae recombineering system simplifies the procedure for installing specific mutations at a chosen genomic locus. The procedure involves, transforming P. syringae cells expressing recombineering functions with a PCR product that contains desired changes flanked by sequences homologous to a target location. Cells transformed with the substrate undergo homologous recombination between the genomic DNA and the recombineering substrate. The recombinants are found by selection for traits carried by the recombineering substrate, usually antibiotic resistance.