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CHARACTERISTICS OF A STAPHYLOCOCCAL PHAGE CAPABLE OF TRANSDUCTION
Journal of Bacteriology
MORSE, M. L. (University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver) AND J. W. LABELLE. Characteristics of a staphylococcal phage capable of transduction. J. Bacteriol. 83:775-780. 1962-The growth of staphylococcal phage 53, a temperate phage, has been studied. The latent periods in nutrient broth are: infected sensitive cells, 45 min; ultraviolet-induced lysogenic cells, 83 min. The burst size, as indicated by one-step growth studies and single-burst experiments, is 25 to 30 particles per lysing cell.doi:10.1128/jb.83.4.775-780.1962 fatcat:4fxgzx5xxvgdpkzcrfo52whau4