Restriction and modification in Bacillus subtilis 168

@article{Fuk2004RestrictionAM,
  title={Restriction and modification in Bacillus subtilis 168},
  author={Vladim{\'i}r Fu{\vc}{\'i}k and Helena Gr{\"u}nnerov{\'a} and Stanislav Zadra{\vz}il},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={2004},
  volume={186},
  pages={118-121}
}
Gene hsrM (nonB) of Bacillus subtilis 168, causing non-permissiveness to phage SP10 (Saito et al. 1979) and reduced plating efficiency of unmodified phage ϕ105, is responsible for non-permissiveness of B. subtilis 168 for phages π15 and PZA. Upon transformation to sporulation deficiency (allele spoOA) B. subtilis 168 becomes permissive for ϕ15 and PZA and loses the ability to restrict ϕ105. spoOA str-1 double transformants of B. subtilis 168, however, retain the restriction 168 and non… CONTINUE READING

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