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Action of ethyl and methyl methane sulfonates on DNA injection and genetic recombination in T7 bacteriophage.

After treatment with methyl or ethyl methane sulfonate, T7 amber mutants display a reduced capacity for recombination. Moreover, alkylation reduces recombination frequency involving markers on the right-hand side of the genetic map more than it reduces recombination frequency involving markers on the left-hand side. We interpret this to mean that alkylation can stop DNA injection at any point along the DNA molecule, and that T7 phage injects its DNA in a unique fashion starting from the end carrying the genes for early proteins.[1]


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