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Shore, SH and Howe, MM (1982) Bacteriophage Mu T mutants are defective in synthesis of the major head polypeptide. Virology 120:264-8
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Bacteriophage mu/genetics; Bacteriophage mu/metabolism; Genes, Viral; Mutation; Viral Proteins/biosynthesis; Viral Proteins/genetics
|Gene product||Qualifier||GO Term||Evidence Code||with/from||Aspect||Extension||Notes||Status|
|GO:0098017: viral capsid, major subunit||
Figure 1 pinpoints the major capsid protein through 2-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Figure 2 displays gel electrophoretic analysis of extracts produced by lysogens containing amber mutant prophages. T mutants were the only late gene mutants which lacked the major capsid protein, suggesting it is the T gene that encodes for this protein.
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