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Abstract

Summary

The P2 phage mutation , like the previously studied , is the result of an unequal replacement of a chromosome segment with non-homologous DNA. The end positions of the replacements are essentially the same in the two mutants, whereas the lengths of the replacements are quite different. A third chromosomal aberration, , has similar structure and position. These results strengthen the suggestion that the left ends of these three aberrations coincide with the point of exchange in integrative recombination.

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1975-09-01
2019-11-21
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