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Abstract

SUMMARY

Temperate coliphage HK022 has 45 × 51 nm heads, 106 nm long, flexible tails, and linear DNA of 26.4 × 10 mol. wt. The prophage attachment site () is co-transducible with D and is located between D and C.

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