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Abstract

SUMMARY

wild-type amoebae incorporate H-uridine into RNA at a linear rate during the developmental sequence until the terminal stage of fruiting body construction. However, 3 aggregateless strains perform in similar fashion (except for the final decrease). A sensitive criterion of bacterial contamination, making use of MAK-column chromatography of the labelled RNA, is described.

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