The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats

Schöffl F, Arnold W, Pühler A, Altenbuchner J, Schmitt R (1981)
Mol Gen Genet 181(1): 87-94.

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Schöffl F, Arnold W, Pühler A, Altenbuchner J, Schmitt R. The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats. Mol Gen Genet. 1981;181(1):87-94.
Schöffl, F., Arnold, W., Pühler, A., Altenbuchner, J., & Schmitt, R. (1981). The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats. Mol Gen Genet, 181(1), 87-94. doi:10.1007/BF00339010
Schöffl, F., Arnold, W., Pühler, A., Altenbuchner, J., and Schmitt, R. (1981). The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats. Mol Gen Genet 181, 87-94.
Schöffl, F., et al., 1981. The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats. Mol Gen Genet, 181(1), p 87-94.
F. Schöffl, et al., “The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats”, Mol Gen Genet, vol. 181, 1981, pp. 87-94.
Schöffl, F., Arnold, W., Pühler, A., Altenbuchner, J., Schmitt, R.: The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats. Mol Gen Genet. 181, 87-94 (1981).
Schöffl, F, Arnold, Walter, Pühler, Alfred, Altenbuchner, J, and Schmitt, R. “The tetracycline resistance transposons Tn1721 and Tn1771 have three 38-base-pair repeats and generate five-base-pair direct repeats”. Mol Gen Genet 181.1 (1981): 87-94.
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