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Molecular Cloning andGenetic Organization ofC4-Dicarboxylate Transport GenesfromRhizobium leguminosarum

@inproceedings{Ronson1984MolecularCA,
  title={Molecular Cloning andGenetic Organization ofC4-Dicarboxylate Transport GenesfromRhizobium leguminosarum},
  author={Clive W. Ronson},
  year={1984}
}
Cosmids containing C4-dicarboxylate transport (dct) geneswere identified froma genebankofRhizobium leguminosarum DNA madeinthebroad-host-range vector pLAFRIbytheir ability tocomplement R.trifolii det mutants. Thedct geneswere further characterized bysubcloning, restriction site mapping, andtransposon TnS andTn7mutageneses. Threedctloci were identified within a 5.5-kilobase region ofDNA,intheorderdctAdctB-dctC. Theresults suggested thatdctAencoded a structural componentnecessaryforC4… 
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