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A stable duplication of the rII region of bacteriophage T4

  • C. van de Vate (a1), P. van den Ende (a1) and N. Symonds (a1)

Summary

In the preceding paper (Van de Vate & Symonds, 1974) a deletion, sdl, has been reported that stabilizes an rII diploid by penetrating into the region of the duplication from the right-hand side (if we take the rIIB gene located to the right of rIIA). Here we wish to report on a different stabilizing deletion, sd2. Evidence will be presented in favour of penetration of the duplication from the left-hand side. The right-hand terminus of the deletion is located within the rIIA gene.

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Genetics Research
  • ISSN: 0016-6723
  • EISSN: 1469-5073
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