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Abstract

SUMMARY Optimal conditions, defined by the use of a known auxotrophic strain, are described for the mutagenesis of oidia by -methyl-- nitro--nitrosoguanidine (NTG), which is a very effective mutagen for bacteria and yeast. The oidia were best treated in phosphate buffer (pH 6·8) with a concentration of 15 g. NTG/ml. for about 70 min. The yield of auxo- trophs was considerably less than might be expected from a comparison of other systems in which NTG has been used as a mutagen.

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