Integration of plasmid pΦHL into phage genomes during infection of Halobacterium halobium R1-L with phage ΦHL1 View Full Text


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1984-10

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Heinke Schnabel

ABSTRACT

The plasmid pΦHL, which arose by circularization of the invertible L segment of phage ΦH, integrates into phage DNA during growth of phage ΦHL1 on the Halobacterium halobium strain R1-L. More than 1% of all phage DNA isolated from such a lysate contains integrated pΦHL. Recombination between the plasmid and the homologous L segment in the phage genome occurs with equally high frequency on both sides of a 1 kb insertion present in ΦHL1 DNA but absent from pΦHL. Thus, homologous recombination is an important factor in the generation of DNA rearrangements in H. halobium. More... »

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