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Abstract

SUMMARY: can develop the capacity to take up transforming DNA and at the same time continue to grow for about 1½ to 3 h. Such growing competent cells are susceptible to penicillin. The competent cells, if allowed further growth, eventually become penicillin insensitive.

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