Plus-origin mapping of single-stranded DNA plasmid pE194 and nick site homologies with other plasmids.

@article{Sozhamannan1990PlusoriginMO,
  title={Plus-origin mapping of single-stranded DNA plasmid pE194 and nick site homologies with other plasmids.},
  author={S Sozhamannan and Patrick Dabert and Vittorio Moretto and Stanislas Dusko Ehrlich and Alexandra Gruss},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1990},
  volume={172 8},
  pages={4543-8}
}
Staphylococcus aureus plasmid pE194 manifests a natural thermosensitivity for replication and can be established in several species, both gram positive and gram negative, thus making it attractive for use as a delivery vector. Like most characterized plasmids of gram-positive bacteria, pE194 generates single-stranded DNA. The direction of pE194 replication is clockwise, as determined by the strandedness of free single-stranded DNA. Significant homology exists between a 50-base-pair sequence in… CONTINUE READING

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