Genetic recombination of bacteriophage A DNAs in Xenopus oocytes

Abstract

Pairs of genetically marked bacteriophage A DNAs have been injected into Xenopus laevis oocyte nuclei. After suitable incubation, DNA was recovered and packaged into phage particles in vitro. When these were plated onto a selective host, phage recombinant for parental markers were observed. Recombination was dependent on both parents being present in the… (More)

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