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In this report, it is shown that the rolling circle replicon pGhost and the theta replicon pIP501 are thermosensitive in subsp. (). Using a pIP501 derivative as a delivery vector for six insertion sequences originating from lactic acid bacteria, it is shown that IS and IS transpose in .

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