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Relationship between Nif plasmids of fast-growing Rhizobium species and Ti plasmids of Agrobacterium tumefaciens.

By use of the Southern blot hybridization technique the extent of DNA homology was determined between the Nif plasmid of a number of fast-growing Rhizobium species and Ti plasmids of the octopine (pTiAch5) and nopaline (pTiC58) type. DNA sequences common to these plasmids were located on functional maps of the Ti plasmids. No homology between Nif plasmids and the T region of Ti plasmids was detected.[1]


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