PMID: 6258018Jan 1, 1980

A restriction map of the bacteriophage T4 genome

Molecular & General Genetics : MGG
P H O'FarrellM Nakanishi

Abstract

We report a detailed restriction map of the bacteriophage T4 genome and the alignment of this map with the genetic map. The sites cut by the enzymes Bg/II, XhoI, KpnI, SalI, PstI, EcoRI and HindIII have been localized. Several novel approaches including two-dimensional (double restriction) electrophoretic separations were used.

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