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Abstract

9601, a restriction endonuclease from 960, cleaved at the sequence 5′-GC/NGC-3′ and is thus an isoschizomer of 4HI. 4HI cleaved deoxyribonucleic acid from human ureaplasma serovars I, III, and VI but not from II, IV, V, VII, VIII (strain 960), and IX. This grouping of serovars, indicative of their deoxyribonucleic acid modification, matches that previously reported by others using different criteria.

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