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The role of bacteriophage T7 exonuclease (gene 6) in genetic recombination and production of concatemers.
Abstract Genetic analysis reported here shows that bacteriophage T7 exonuclease (gene 6) is necessary for intragenic and intergenic recombination in several areas of the T7 genetic map. This supportsExpand
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Comparative sequence analysis in eight inbred strains of the metastasis modifier QTL candidate gene Brms1
Comparative genomics has recently become a significant tool in the study of mammalian genomes. The completion of the human genome sequence and the increasing amounts of publicly available mouse andExpand
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STAPHYLOCOCCUS OF A NEWLY RECOGNIZED BACTERIOPHAGE TYPE: REPORT OF A HOSPITAL OUTBREAK.
An outbreak of staphylococcal enterocolitis in a large hospital called attention to the high incidence of staphylococcal pneumonia, surgical-wound sepsis, and other infections. The strain responsibleExpand
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The sequence of the yeast ATP5 gene.
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The essential role of bacteriophage T7 endonuclease (gene 3) in molecular recombination.
Abstract Density transfer and shearing experiments show that the bacteriophage T7 endonuclease (gene 3) is necessary for the dispersion of parental DNA in the newly replicated DNA. These experimentsExpand
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Conserved regions in defective interfering viral double-stranded RNAs from a yeast virus.
We have completely sequenced a defective interfering viral double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) from the Saccharomyces cerevisiae virus. This RNA (S14) is a simple internal deletion of its parental dsRNA, M1,Expand
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NO2 and NO Adsorption Properties of KOH-Treated γ-Alumina
A method to control nitrogen oxide (NO{sub x}) emissions from combustion sources by adsorption of NO{sub 2} and NO on {gamma}-alumina before and after KOH treatments has been evaluated. Compared toExpand
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Long internal inverted repeat in a yeast viral double-stranded RNA.
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae viruses are non-infectious double-stranded (ds) RNA viruses present in most laboratory strains of yeast. Their genome consists of one or more dsRNAs separatelyExpand
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Sequence and mapping of mouse synaptonemal complex protein genes Sycpl and Sycpl-rs
The synaptonemal complex (SC) is a proteinaceous structure that connects homologous chromosomes along their length during the pachytene stage of meiotic prophase. SCPI is one of two rat genes thatExpand
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