Tn951: a new transposon carrying a lactose operon

G Cornelis, D Ghosal, H Saedler

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A new transposon, Tn951, is described, which derives from plasmid pGC1, originally isolated from Yersinia enterocolitica. Tn951 is 16.6 kb long and presumably flanked by small inverted repeats. It carries the lac genes i, z and y. This lac system is homologous to the E. coli lac operon. However, homology is restricted to 5.6 kb. The DNA sequences surrounding the lac operons on Tn951 and E. coli are nonhomologous. This leads to speculations about the origin of the E. coli lac operon itself.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)215-24
Nombre de pages10
journalMolecular & general genetics : MGG
Volume160
Numéro de publication2
étatPublié - 1978

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Lac Operon
Escherichia coli
Yersinia enterocolitica
Plasmids

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Cornelis, G ; Ghosal, D ; Saedler, H. / Tn951 : a new transposon carrying a lactose operon. Dans: Molecular & general genetics : MGG. 1978 ; Vol 160, Numéro 2. p. 215-24.
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Cornelis, G, Ghosal, D & Saedler, H 1978, 'Tn951: a new transposon carrying a lactose operon', Molecular & general genetics : MGG, VOL. 160, Numéro 2, p. 215-24.

Tn951 : a new transposon carrying a lactose operon. / Cornelis, G; Ghosal, D; Saedler, H.

Dans: Molecular & general genetics : MGG, Vol 160, Numéro 2, 1978, p. 215-24.

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