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Determination of Nucleotide Sequences of Mitochondrial Plasmid pGT704 of Paramecium caudatum
IPTEK: The Journal for Technology and Science
69 AbstractMany kinds of linear plasmids, or plasmid-like DNAs, in mitochondria have been reported in higher plants and fungi. Nevertheless, such plasmids were not previously known from the animal kingdom. Paramecium is the first example in which a mitochondrial plasmid-like DNA so far discovered among ciliates. In natural stocks, P. caudatum has one of three types of DNA : type I (6.4 kb), type II, a set of four DNAs (8.2 kb; 4.1 kb; 2.8kb; and 1.4 kb) and type III (8.6 kb). Parameciumdoi:10.12962/j20882033.v19i3.149 fatcat:w5b3mzzmvfao3pamancjpjciiq