DNA intermediates in transposition of phage Mu.

Abstract

Transposable genetic elements can insert into DNA sites that have no homology to themselves. Evidence that there is a physical linkage between a transposable element and its target DNA sequence during transposition comes from studies on bacteriophage Mu DNA transposition in which plasmids containing Mu DNA have been shown to attach to host DNA. We report… (More)

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