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Reference: Noskov VN, et al. (1990) [Genetic analysis of spontaneous and 6-N-hydroxylaminopurine and propiolactone induced Adp+ mutants in Saccharomyces yeasts]. Genetika 26(7):1169-77

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652 spontaneous and 6-N-hydroxylaminopurine and propiolactone-induced mutants were obtained in yeast. 598 of them were LYS2 mutants. Detailed genetic analysis of the mutants was performed, including analysis of growth pattern on lysineless medium, suppressibility by nonsense suppressors of three types and localization on the recombination map of the LYS2 gene. Mutants induced by different agents were different for all these criteria, except for distribution among the map regions.

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Noskov VN, Tarutina MG, Chernov IuO, Gordenin DA, Pavlov IuI
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