Chromosome Replication in Bacillus subtilis
A number of initiation mutants in bacteria have been reported which are essential for the study on the mechanism of initiation. In B. subtilis initiation and termination of the chromosome replication can be analyzed rigorously by using genetic transformation.
KeywordsNalidixic Acid Tube Number Pulse Label Chromosome Replication CsCl Gradient
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