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Abstract

SUMMARY: The infective transfer of defective lysogeny from a defective prophage to sensitive has been observed. The agent of transfer appears to be phage in which has been incorporated the hereditary defective element. It is concluded that the existence of the phage genes responsible for defective lysogeny is not limited to the prophage condition.

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