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A Dral restriction map of the approximately 4.35 Mb circular chromosome of the vaccine strain Mycobacterium bovis BCG Pasteur was constructed by linking all 21 Dral fragments, ranging in size from 6 to 820 kb, using specific clones that spanned the Dral recognition sites as hybridization probes. The positions of 20 known genes were also established.(More)
The Mycobacterium tuberculosis KatG enzyme, like most hydroperoxidase I (HPI)-type catalases, consists of two related domains, each with strong similarity to the yeast cytochrome c peroxidase. The catalase-peroxidase activity is associated with the amino-terminal domain but currently no definite function has been assigned to the carboxy-terminal domain,(More)
A 3.8 kb PstI fragment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis was cloned in a recA-deleted Escherichia coli by selecting transformants with increased EMS resistance. The cloned fragment restored homologous recombination in Hfr crosses and conferred resistance to long wave (302 nm) but not short wave (254 nm) UV light. E. coli containing the 3.8 kb PstI fragment(More)
©2013 by ASQ Quality Approaches in Higher Education (ISSN 2161-265X) is a peer-reviewed publication that is published by ASQ's Education Division, the Global Voice of Quality, and networks on quality in education. The purpose of the journal is to engage the higher education community in a discussion of topics related to improving quality and identifying(More)
©2013 by ASQ Quality Approaches in Higher Education (ISSN 2161-265X) is a peer-reviewed publication that is published by ASQ's Education Division, the Global Voice of Quality, and networks on quality in education. The purpose of the journal is to engage the higher education community in a discussion of topics related to improving quality and identifying(More)