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Abstract

Summary: The isolation of a new killer/sensitive phenotype of the yeast, , is described. Killer/sensitive yeast cells are killed by the killer factor (KF) secreted by killer yeast cells. The killer/sensitive cells also secrete a new killer factor (KF) which kills sensitive cells. The production of KF by killer/sensitive cells renders them less sensitive to KF, than sensitive cells. Sensitive cells are most susceptible to the action of KF in log phase. KF is a thermostable protein-containing killer factor.

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1974-04-01
2019-10-18
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