PMID: 45607Jan 1, 1979

Lambda encodes an outer membrane protein: the lom gene

Molecular & General Genetics : MGG
J N Reeve, J E Shaw


lambda infected minicells synthesize a polypeptide (M(r) = 20,500) which is incorporated almost exclusively into the outer membrane of the minicell envelope. The gene (lom = lambda outer membrane) encoding this polypeptide has been mapped in the non-essential region of the lambda genome between coordinates 39.4% and 40.7% of lambda.


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