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A study of Pneumococcal merodiploids at the molecular level

Genetics

Sep 1, 1975

S V Kashmiri, R D Hotchkiss

PMID: 1324

Abstract

The DNA of a sulfonamide-resistant Pneumococcal strain (heterozygous for sulr-c) and that of three highly resistant and persistently heterozygous cd transformants, derived by introducing sulr-c marker into a stable sulfonamide resistant strain (sulr-d), were studied to analyze the genet...read more

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Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Transformation, Genetic
RNA Denaturation
Sulfonamides
Diploid Cell
Streptococcus pneumoniae
DNA, Bacterial
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A study of Pneumococcal merodiploids at the molecular level

Genetics

Sep 1, 1975

S V Kashmiri, R D Hotchkiss

PMID: 1324

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Abstract

The DNA of a sulfonamide-resistant Pneumococcal strain (heterozygous for sulr-c) and that of three highly resistant and persistently heterozygous cd transformants, derived by introducing sulr-c marker into a stable sulfonamide resistant strain (sulr-d), were studied to analyze the genet...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Transformation, Genetic
RNA Denaturation
Sulfonamides
Diploid Cell
Streptococcus pneumoniae
DNA, Bacterial
7
1

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