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A pair of Bacillus subtilis ribosomal protein genes mapping outside the principal ribosomal protein cluster.

By E R Dabbs

Abstract

Before now, the only ribosomal protein gene loci to be identified in Bacillus subtilis map within the principal ribosomal protein gene cluster at about 10 degrees on the linkage map. Using mutants with alterations in large subunit ribosomal proteins L20 or L24, I mapped the corresponding genes near leuA at approximately 240 degrees. The data were fully consistent with the fact that the genes for the two proteins were close together but not near any other ribosomal protein genes, as is also the case with the genes for the corresponding proteins of Escherichia coli

Topics: Research Article
Year: 1983
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:217928
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