Repair of alkylated bacteriophage T4 deoxyribonucleic acid by a mechanism involving polynucleotide ligase release_trjbvnspdrfzpowjzxgblmrcra

by M W Baldy, B Strom, H Bernstein

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Deoxyribonucleic acid repair in bacteriophage
C Bernstein
1981   Microbiological reviews
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Properties of the nonlethal recombinational repair x and y mutants of bacteriophage T4. II. DNA synthesis
R J Melamede, S S Wallace
1977   Journal of Virology
pmcid:PMC515907  pmid:904025 
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Role of gene 59 of bacteriophage T4 in repair of UV-irradiated and alkylated DNA in vivo
R Wu, J L Wu, Y C Yeh
1975   Journal of Virology
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Biochemical studies on the chi mutation of bacteriophage T4: differential inhibition of chi+ and chi DNA synthesis by mitomycin C
K Shimizu, M Sekiguchi
1974   Journal of Virology
pmcid:PMC355251  pmid:4359423 
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Glucose-induced resistance to methyl methanesulfonate in Escherichia coli
D.A. Scudiero, B.S. Friesen, J.E. Baptist
1972   Molecular General Genetics
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Inactivation of bacteriophage T4 by ethyl methanesulfonate: influence of host and viral genotypes
U Ray, L Bartenstein, J W Drake
1972   Journal of Virology
pmcid:PMC356317  pmid:4552551 
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