PMID: 6492260Dec 1, 1984Paper

DNA synthesis in Pseudomonas acidovorans infected with mutants of bacteriophage phi W-14 defective in the synthesis of alpha-putrescinylthymine

Journal of Virology
P B Miller, R A Warren

Abstract

Normal levels of the hypermodified pyrimidine, alpha-putrescinylthymine, which is formed from hydhydroxymethyluracil at the polynucleotide level (Maltman et al., J. Virol. 34:354-359, 1984), are not required in bacteriophage luminal diameterW-14 DNA for the DNA to serve as a replicative template in luminal diameterW-14-infected cells.

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