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Abstract

A combined physical and genetic map of PAO was constructed by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and Southern hybridization using cosmid clones from a genomic library carrying known genes. A total of 37 I restriction fragments have been mapped on the 5862 kb genome, and fragment contiguity demonstrated by hybridization with clones from a I junction fragment library and fragments obtained by partial I digestion, both derived from the PAO chromosome.

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