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      Bacteriophage MB78; physical map; submolar fragment

    • Abstract

       

      A physical map of bacteriophage MB78 DNA indicating the cleavage sites for the enzymeBglII,ClaI,EcoRI,PvuII,SalI andSmaI comprising of a total of 34 cleavage sites have been constructed earlier. The cleavage sites for a few more restriction endonucleases likeApaI,AvaI,BglI,HindIII,KpnI andXhoI have now been mapped. A total of 72 cleavage sites on MB78 DNA are known by now. Relative positions ofEcoRI I and J fragments which could not be decided earlier has now been determined.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      S S Murty1 B Pandey1 Maharani Chakravorty1

      1. Molecular Biology Unit, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi - 221 005, India
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