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CHARACTERIZATION OF T4 MUTANTS THAT PARTIALLY SUPPRESS THE INABILITY OF T4rII TO GROW IN LAMBDA LYSOGENS
In the course of isolating viable T4 deletions that affect plaque morphology (Homyk and Weil 1974), two closely linked point mutants, sip1 and sip2, were obtained. They map between genes t and 52, cause a reduction in plaque size and burst size, and partially suppress the lethality of rII mutants for growth in lambda lysogens. These characteristics demonstrate that sip1 and sip2 are similar to mutants previously reported by Freedman and Brenner (1972). In addition, D. Hall (personaldoi:10.1093/genetics/83.3.477 fatcat:szgi4y4vt5hihnrwtcsim4p6v4