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J Bacteriol. Jul 1990; 172(7): 3821–3825.
PMCID: PMC213361

Physical map of the Bacillus cereus chromosome.

Abstract

A physical map of the Bacillus cereus chromosome has been constructed by aligning 11 NotI fragments, ranging in size from 200 to 1,300 kilobases. The size of the chromosome is about 5.7 megabases. This is the first Bacillus genome of which a complete physical map has been described.

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