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The lambda phage att site: functional limits and interaction with Int protein.

Site specific integrative recombination of bacteriophage lambda involves unequal partners. The minimal phage att site is composed of approximately 240-base pairs and four distinct binding sites for Int protein, at least three of which are crucial for function. This 'donor site' recombines efficiently with a smaller 'recipient site' that lacks the extensive interactions with Int protein.[1]

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