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Abstract

SUMMARY

The multisite mutant was infected with phage P 22 from a suspension mediating restricted transduction of proline markers. Evidence was obtained which supports the conclusion that forms only a few colonies by the mechanism of restricted transduction, and that the near absence of this class of transductants is responsible for the low frequency of incorporation of the marker by this strain.

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