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Cytological analysis of ultraviolet irradiated Escherichia coli. II. Ultraviolet induction of lysogenic E. coli



Cytological analysis of ultraviolet irradiated Escherichia coli. II. Ultraviolet induction of lysogenic E. coli



Journal of Bacteriology 70(5): 540-546



The effects of UV irradiation on strains K12, K12-il, and K12-i2 of E. coli are cytologically indistinguishable and can be divided into 2 phases. The initial effects are like those found also in non-lysogenic cells. (Jour. Bacteriol. 70: 531-539. 1955). The latter phases involving fine granulation of chromatin, increase in chromatin, and cell lysis are found also in cells lyti-cally infected with exogenous lambda+, lambda c or lambda v phages.

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