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Mechanism of conjugation and recombination in bacteria. XX, Recombination DNA synthesis during mating in Escherichia coli K-12



Mechanism of conjugation and recombination in bacteria. XX, Recombination DNA synthesis during mating in Escherichia coli K-12



Acta Microbiologica Polonica 28(1): 15-27



In crosses of dnaA recipients with HfrH at restrictive temperature a functional recombinant structure and viable recombinants were formed at a nearly normal rate, whereas recombination in crosses with HfrC was markedly inhibited. Recombinational DNA synthesis, as determined by 3H-thymine incorporation, was found in dnaA merozygotes from HfrH crosses. The recombinational synthesis was completed shortly after the end of mating. The replication of recombinant chromosomes in dnaA Lac+ recombinants started 120 minutes after interruption of mating, and at the restrictive temperature was sensitive to acridine orange, thus pointing to the presence of integrated F factor in the recombinant chromosome.

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