A collection of www-links for
The Yeast Two-Hybrid Screen
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The first use of the two-hybrid system is attributed to Song and Fields (1989). Roger Brent's lab (Harvard University, Boston) has developed a nice variant of the system and he has a lot of www-information on two hybrid screens, and Stephen J. Elledge's lab (Baylor College of Medicine, Houston) has contributed a lot to the development of useful systems. Other useful stuff:
Clontech provides tools, vectors, strains and libraries for two-byrdid screen:

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