Genetic Recombinations Leading to Production of Active Bacteriophage from Ultraviolet Inactivated Bacteriophage Particles.

@article{Luria1949GeneticRL,
  title={Genetic Recombinations Leading to Production of Active Bacteriophage from Ultraviolet Inactivated Bacteriophage Particles.},
  author={S. E. LURIA Mr. Luria and R. Dulbecco},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1949},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={93-125}
}
HE T potentialities of bacteriophage genetics have been revealed by the discovery of genetic recombinations among related phage particles infecting the same bacterial cell (DELBR~CK and BAILEY 1946). The complexities of these genetic systems have been further illustrated by the work of HERSHEY and ROTMAN (1948) on a number of different genetic determinants involved in the determination of the alternative phenotypes r+ and r in phage TZR. A different approach to the genetic mechanisms of… CONTINUE READING

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