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In stationary-phase cells of B. subtilis, the c h r o m o s o m e is in a nearly c o m p l e t e d state of replication ( Y o s h i k a w a and S u e o k a , 1963a). , 1964). In their initial e x p e r i m e n t s , Y o s h i k a w a and S u e o k a (1963a) o b s e r v e d an ade-6 (purB6)lmet-5 (metB5) m a r k e r ratio of 2, indicating that replication p r o c e e d e d from an origin n e a r ade-6 to a terminus n e a r met-5. T h e s e results w e r e confirmed by following the sequential replication of m a r k e r s using the density transfer technique of M e s e l s o n and Stahl (1958).
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