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Jennifer Robison

Jennifer completed her PhD at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, studying abiotic stress biology in soybeans. Jennifer is currently a Visiting Professor at Manchester University. Jennifer is skilled in Science Education, Curriculum Development, and Research Experience in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Plant Physiology.

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Benefits of the GUS Gene Reporter System in Plants

By Jennifer Robison | March 13, 2017

Gene reporters enable valuable insight into gene expression. The GUS gene reporter system is one of the popular and common plant reporter systems. GUS,  is short for glucuronidase, an enzyme in the bacterium E. coli. GUS is a good reporter for plants, as it does not occur naturally, and thus, has a low background. With…

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