Recombination sites in cauliflower mosaic virus DNAs: implications for mechanisms of recombination.

@article{Vaden1990RecombinationSI,
  title={Recombination sites in cauliflower mosaic virus DNAs: implications for mechanisms of recombination.},
  author={Valerie R Vaden and U. Melcher},
  journal={Virology},
  year={1990},
  volume={177 2},
  pages={717-26}
}
Pairs of mutant cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) DNAs readily recombine in plants. Five plasmid clones of CaMV DNAs resulting from infection of turnips with pairs of mutant DNAs from DNAs resulting from infection of turnips with pairs of mutant DNAs from different isolates were obtained. Restriction analysis and nucleotide sequencing identified deletions in two cloned recombinants, VR1249 and VR244B. The sequence missing in the former was consistent with its deletion by splicing of an RNA… CONTINUE READING

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