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Abstract

The central regions of the genomes of 𝜙FR 114, 𝜙FR113 and Mp 1, three temperate phages of the thermophilic actinomycete , are shown to differ mainly with respect to modules of about 35 kb, designated J-module (𝜙FR114) and N-module (𝜙FR113, Mp1). The distribution of J and N was observed amongst 22 phages of and ; J-module homology was found on six phage genomes, whereas homology to the N-module was detected on ten phage genomes.

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