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Abstract

The nucleotide sequence of 17.3 kbp downstream of (98°) on the chromosome was determined. Twenty putative ORFs were identified. Three of them coincided with known genes, and The product of four other ORFs showed similarity to SbcC of , CotH of , 2-hydroxyhepta-2,4-diene-1,7-diodate isomerase of and a putative ORF of In addition, a sequence of 7.6 kbp downstream of (189°) was analysed. Among 10 putative ORFs identified, two coincided with known genes, and , whilst three showed homology with X86780, a sensory protein kinase of , an alkaline phosphatase regulatory protein and a hypothetical protease, YyxA, of .

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