A genetic and physiological study of an arsenite resistant, uncoupled mutant of Escherichia coli
Portland State University. Department of Biology
John W. Myers
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Biology
Escherichia coli, Arsenite
1 online resource (58 p.)
Chromosomally determined arsenate resistance in Escherichia coli is well characterized. Little, however, is known about chromosomally determined arsenite resistance in E. coli. Accordingly, spontaneous arsenite resistant mutants were selected in a plasmid free strain of E. coli. One mutant strain was analyzed in detail, genetically and physiologically. The mutation confering arsenite resistance was shown to be a single gene mutation. Genetic mapping studies using conjugation and transduction showed that the mutation was closely linked to the ilv region of the E. coli map.
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Smiley, Daniel Gordon, "A genetic and physiological study of an arsenite resistant, uncoupled mutant of Escherichia coli" (1981). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3132.
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