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Role of lipids under the action of foreign dna on candida tropicalis strain d 2 mutant cells after treatment with calcium cations



Role of lipids under the action of foreign dna on candida tropicalis strain d 2 mutant cells after treatment with calcium cations



Doklady Akademii Nauk Ukrainskoi SSR Seriya B Geologicheskie Khimicheskie i Biologicheskie Nauki (8): 62-65



It is established that Ca2+ ion treatment of Candida tropicalis strain D-2 mutant cells with histidine and respiration deficiency results in the revertant output growth under the action of foreign DNA. Effect of the preliminary Ca2+ ion treatment depends on the time of action, the number of intracellular lipids, DNA nature and treatment temperature.

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