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Abstract

DNA from the plasmid pIJ702 was mutagenized using hydroxylamine and transformed into One plasmid with temperature-sensitive replication (pMT660) and one plasmid with a temperature-sensitive tyrosinase (pMT661) were isolated. The plasmid pMT661 contains a novel I restriction endonuclease site within the tyrosinase gene.

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