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Chapter 1 advent: What are Episomes and Plasmids? (pages 4–11): W. Hayes
Chapter 2 the concept that of Prophage (pages 12–31): Allan Campbell, Sankar Adhya and Karen Killen
Chapter three The Escherichia coli intercourse issue (pages 32–51): Neil Willetts and Paul Broda
Chapter four Genetic law of Early capabilities in Bacteriophage ? (pages 52–64): Harvey Eisen
Chapter five regulate of Replication of Genetic fabric in micro organism (pages 65–80): R. H. Pritchard
Chapter 6 Transferable Drug Resistance: the character of the matter (pages 81–101): Tsutomu Watanabe
Chapter 7 Ecology and Epidemiology of Transferable Drug Resistance (pages 102–119): E. S. Anderson
Chapter eight intercourse issue task of Drug?Resistance elements (pages 120–135): Elinor Meynell and Naomi Datta
Chapter nine Relationships among Extrachromosomal parts (pages 136–162): Stanley Falkow, Daniel ok. Haapala and Richard P. Silver
Chapter 10 The Recombination of Colicinogenic elements with different Episomes and Plasmids (pages 163–178): Pierre Fredericq
Chapter eleven Genetic Interactions of Penicillinase Plasmids in Staphylococcus aureus (pages 179–200): M. H. Richmond and Joan Johnston
Chapter 12 Incompatibilities and regulations in Plasmid Transmission (pages 201–212): Werner Arber
Chapter thirteen Veterinary Implications of move task (pages 213–226): H. Williams Smith
Chapter 14 clinical facets of Transferable Drug Resistance (pages 243–257): Y. A. Chabbert, J. G. Baudens and D. H. Bouanchaud
Chapter 14a basic dialogue (pages 243–257):
Chapter 15 precis (pages 258–260): Professor S. E. Luria
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However, the hypothesis of Cuzin and Jacob (1967~)that a phenotypically altered membrane site can occasionally accommodate two F factors should not be discounted, especially in a cell carrying two F’ factors. However both F’ factors may have integrated into the chromosome, or one F’ may have integrated into the other: if the cross-over event took place in F, then independent transfer of the F’ factors might still be possible. Experiments with recA strains might distinguish between these possibilities.
This, together with the possibility that the F’ was integrated into the chromosome, makes it difficult to evaluate the results of Cuzin andJacob (1965) on complementation in F,,lac+ merodiploids of Hfr strains defective in transfer. It remains unproven that transfer and replication are two aspects ofthe same “functional unit Jacob, Brenner and Cuzin (1963) found that the initiation of genetic transfer was inhibited by acridine orange, and suggested that this was analogous to the “curing” of an autonomous F factor which may take place by inhibition of F replication.
Virobgy, 34,128-133. BACTERIALEPISOMES AND PLASMIDS Edited by G. E. W. WOLSTENHOLME and MAEVE O’CONNOR Copyright 0 Ciba Foundation 1969 THE ESCHERICHIA COLI SEX FACTOR NEILWILLETTS* AND PAUL BRODA* Department of Molecular Biology and Virus Laboratory, University of Cul@rnia, Berkeley, Cal@rnia SEVERAL aspects of the structure and function of the sex factor F are discussed at this meeting and have recently been extensively reviewed elsewhere (see for example, Scaife, 1967; Falkow, Johnson and Baron, 1967).