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Inactivation of <i>xonA</i> and <i>recQ</i> genes does not affect UV radiation survival (A) and γ-survival (B) of nuclease deficient but RecA loading proficient <i>recB1080 recD</i> mutants.

By Siniša Ivanković (319464) and Damir Đermić (319465)


<p>Fraction survival is given as a fraction of the unirradiated control. Symbols: (▪) <i>recB1080 recD</i>; (▴) <i>recB1080 recD ΔxonA</i>; (▾) <i>recB1080 recD ΔrecQ</i>; (♦) <i>recB1080 recD ΔrecQ ΔxonA</i>.</p

Topics: Biophysics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, genes, uv, nuclease, deficient, reca, loading, proficient
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039030.g003
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