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This booklet represents the court cases of the NATO complex learn Institute held in Santa Flavia, Sicily from the 20 - twenty ninth June, 1977. as well as the evaluation talks given via the teachers on the Institute it proved possible for different issues to be wonderfully reviewed. This has resulted in a much broader topic insurance than may in a different way were attainable. The dialogue classes which those assessment talks have been tremendous worthwhile and just about all the contributors performed an energetic function. primarily all the verbal contributions provided at this ASI have been consequently placed into written layout, that's why those lawsuits are so huge. ~hey do, even if, supply an updated precis of DNA synthesis in a large choice of topics with a number of the closing difficulties sincerely expressed. The modifying of those contributions has been basically restrained to changes widespread and presentation. we've got taken a few liberties within the re-organization of the papers into similar sections. We show our because of those that helped set up the ASI and to the consultation conveners who tried to restrict and include those that grew to become too verbose. we're indebted to NATO, clinical Affairs department for the monetary help that made this ASI attainable. eventually, we show our gratitude to overlook Brenda Marriott. She typed all 75 papers during this ebook, which used to be initially expected to be under part its current size and which simply grew and grew. She merits our unique thanks.

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Twelve Ap~ colonies were found which were both trp and thr and positive for gram stain. ~ The B. subtilis recE224 trp- thr- strain was used as the host in these experiments because it is totally deficient 1n recombination. This prevents any of the donor DNA from integrating into the host chromosome. Control experiments were . . r performed 1n Wh1Ch w1ld-type B. SUbt1l1S DNA and the ~ fragment were separately used to transform the recE strain to either ~rp and thr prototrophy or ampicillin resistance.

We are presently purifying EcoRI restriction fragments from B. subtilis which can either restore prototrophy to an auxotrophic recE strain or which can confer an antibiotic resistance to the same strain. This approach constitutes no biohazard, as we are constructing plasmid from B. subtilis DNA 38 S. WINSTON AND N. SUEOKA which can grow In B. subtilis uSlng the B. subtilis chromosomal origin. DISCUSSION Our approach to selecting and amplifying a restriction fragment from B. subtilis DNA enriched in origin sequences relies on that fragment functioning in vivo as an origin and replicating autonomously from the~ost chromosome.

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