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Abstract

A new insertion sequence, IS292, located in the 6 gene of a nopaline-type strain (X88-292) isolated from poplar was identified and sequenced. IS292 is 2494 bp long, has 21 bp inverted terminal repeats with two mismatches, and generates 10 bp direct repeats upon integration. No sequence similarity was found between IS292 and other insertion elements associated with , but it shows strong similarity with IS1 from bv. . The occurrence of IS292-like sequences in various isolates, especially different strains isolated from the same biotope, was demonstrated by DNA hybridization.

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