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Temperature sensitive mutants of bacteriophage ø29

AuthorsTalavera, Antonio; Jiménez Díaz-Benjumea, Fernando ; Salas, Margarita ; Viñuela, Eladio
Issue DateDec-1971
CitationVirology 46(3) : 586-595 (1971)
AbstractEighty-nine temperature-sensitive mutants of phage 29 have been obtained by means of different mutagenic and selective treatments, and these have been assigned to eleven complementation groups. Representative mutants of each group have been studied with the aim of characterizing partially the time of expression of the different genes in infected bacteria. Two genes appear to function in the first minutes after infection, whereas the remaining genes are necessary for late functions. Most of the temperature-sensitive functions in the different mutants are reversible; i.e., they become active when the infected cells are shifted-down to the permissive temperature
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0042-6822(71)90062-6
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