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Examination of the genetic element coding for lactose metabolism in Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis KP3



Examination of the genetic element coding for lactose metabolism in Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis KP3



Journal of Dairy Science 72(Suppl. 1): 114-115



The Lactococcus lactis var. lactis KP3 genetic element encoding lactose- fermenting (Lac+) ability and a reduced bacteriophage sensitivity (Rbs+) phenotype was investigated. KP3 contained no detectable plasmid DNA and was isolated from a mating utilizing L. lactis 11007 as the donor. It has been previously reported that 11007 conjugally transferred plasmids of 88 (pJS88), 32 (pKB32) and 4.8 Mdaltons (MDa).

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