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R e v . 44, 1 . 24 MICHAEL J. ENGLER AND CHARLES C. RICHARDSON purified from this strain is thermolabile (109, 111). An independently isolated temperature-sensitive mutant, ligts7, has also been shown to be deficient in DNA ligase (111-114). Of the mutations studied, lists7 seems to have the most severe ligase deficiency. The lig4 mutant, which has about 1% of the normal ligase joining activity at 42”, has normal growth rates under all conditions. It is UV-resistant, and is only moderately sensitive to methylmethane sulfonate, indicating that its ability to repair DNA may be less severely impaired (109).
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Nucleic Acids by Paul D. Boyer