Physical and genetic analysis of IS110, a transposable element of Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) View Full Text


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DATE

1985-07

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Keith F. Chater, Celia J. Bruton, Stephen G. Foster, Ivan Tobek

ABSTRACT

On at least three independent occasions a 1.6 kb segment of Streptomyces coelicolor DNA was detected in apparently the same location in an attP-deleted derivative of the temperature phage ϕC31 that carried a selectable viomycin resistance gene. This sequence (termed IS110) allowed integration of the phage (giving viomycin-resistant transductants) at homologous sequences (detected by Southern hybridisation) at several locations in the S. coelicolor genome. The inserted prophages facilitated genetic mapping of two IS110 copies in the chromosomal linkage map. A third copy did not exhibit simple segregation with chromosomal markers, and there appeared to be a frequent DNA rearrangement close to this copy. Some variation in the number of copies of IS110 and their location has taken place in the pedigree of S. coelicolor derivatives. IS110 did not hybridise to any known S. coelicolor plasmid, nor to any of several other IS-like elements previously described in other Streptomyces plasmids or phages. It hybridised strongly to DNA from only a small minority of other Streptomyces species and was absent from S. lividans, a close relative of S. coelicolor. More... »

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235-239

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00425429

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2993819


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