May 1, 1977

Transfectable strains of Salmonella

Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii
V L ZaikinL A Riazanova

Abstract

It the Ca2+-dependent system of an intact bacterial recipient the efficacy of DNA transfection of P22 H5 bacteriophage was determined in 48 strains of bacteria belonging to the Salmonella genus and in 5 Escherichia coli strains with known genetic characteristics and phenotypical properties. The sensitivity of the salmonella strains under study to R- and RS-specific bacteriophages, and also their capacity to ferment galactose were determined. Transfectable mutants of bacteria belongin to the Salmonella genus were referred to the Ra-type. The salmonella P22 H5 bacteriophage of the heterologous E. coli recipient isolated DNA transfection was demonstrated.

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Transformation, Genetic
DNA, Viral
Bacteriophages
Galactose
Culture Techniques
Salmonella

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