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Abstract

SUMMARY

The mutation of phage P2 has been located on the genetic map of P2 to the right of, and closely linked to, the deletion, probably within tail gene F. The mutation causes larger burst sizes, compared with the wild type, especially at high incubation temperatures. The frequency of defective particles is lower in preparations of P2 than in those of wild type P2. It seems that the mutation improves the efficiency of particle assembly.

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