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Abstract

SUMMARY

Temperature phage ΦD326, a new natural isolate, resembles and Φ80 in particle structure, inducibility by u.v. light, capacity to recombine, and ability to transduce specific regions of the bacterial chromosome. It has the same immunity specificity as Φ80. In respect to DNA base sequence, host range, tail antigens, interaction with unrelated prophages, chromosomal location of prophage, and genes transduced, ΦD326 resembles Φ80 more closely than .

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