Properties of the nonlethal recombinational repair deficient mutants of bacteriophage T4

Abstract

The rate at which 3H thymidine is incorporated into DNA is increased in T4w-infected cells compared to wild-type when measured late in infection under conditions of low thymidine concentration. This increased DNA synthesis is sensitive to hydroxyurea but not to mitomycin C, and can be prevented by the addition of chloramphenicol early in infection. Also… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00271490

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