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5 g of pGL3‐basic or the pGL3‐promoter constructs using 2–4 l of Lipofectamine2000, according to the supplied protocol. Twenty‐five nanograms of pRL‐Null plasmid (Promega), which expresses low constitutive levels of the Renilla luciferase gene, is also included in every transfection to serve as the internal reference. Other members of the pRL vector family (Promega) are also suitable for use as internal control reporters; the suitability of each will depend on the cell lines and experimental conditions chosen.

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