Use of the biolistic particle delivery system to transform fungal genomes
Te'o, Junior V.S. & Nevalainen, K.M. Helena (2015) Use of the biolistic particle delivery system to transform fungal genomes. In van den Berg, Marco & Maruthachalam, Karunakaran (Eds.) Genetic Transformation Systems in Fungi. Springer, pp. 129-133.
Biolistic delivery of transforming DNA into fungal genomes, especially when performed on uninucleate haploid conidia, has proven successful in bypassing the time-consuming repetitive purification of protoplasts used for the widely applied polyethylene glycol-mediated method. Biolistic transformation is also relatively quick compared to other available methods and provides a high percentage of stable transformants.
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