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Author Topic:   Directly Observed Mutation
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Message 5 of 50 (153978)
10-29-2004 12:12 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by markoo
10-28-2004 10:36 PM


Here's one:
D. Ritz, et al, Science, vol 294, pp 158-160, (2001). They found a mutated bacterium that manufactured a new enzyme, and identified the exact DNA change responsible.
Register, free, at Science | AAAS, and you can use their search function to find and read the full paper. Some of it's pretty heavy going for us non-biologists, though.
And welcome aboard, markoo!

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