gcbb1200-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif7617KFigure S1. Regeneration of stably transformed plants and the expression of GUS gene. Hygromycin B resistant shoots were regenerated in vitro (c) and successfully established in the soil (d) after rooting. GUS expression in transformed callus (a) and leaf (e) of transgenic reed plants. Nontransformed callus (b) or leaf (f) did not exhibit any GUS activity. GUS staining of the calli was performed after the 3-day cocultivation period.

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