PMID: 6988674Jan 1, 1980Paper

Autotransmissible resident plasmid of Rhizobium meliloti

Molecular & General Genetics : MGG
E J Bedmar, J Olivares


A resident plasmid of wild-type strains of Rhizobium meliloti of 59.6 megadaltons has been shown to be transferred at a high frequency to "cured" strains of this bacterial species. This plasmid, named pEZ1, that confers phage-sensitivity to cells carrying it is also transmissible to Escherichia coli and from it to "cured" R. meliloti strains.


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