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    New England Biolabs restriction enzyme swai
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    Thermo Fisher swai
    Enzymatic analysis of A511 genomic <t>DNA.</t> (A) PFGE separation of full-length phage DNAs. Lanes: a, A511; b, P100; c, K; d, DNA length standard. The image has been inverted for better visualization. (B) PFGE of phage A511 DNA digested with XcmI (a), <t>SwaI</t> (b), ClaI (c), EcoRI (d), undigested control DNA (e), and DNA length standards (f and g). (C) PFGE of SwaI-digested A511 DNA after treatment with nuclease Bal 31 for the indicated time intervals. Lanes: a, DNA length standard; b, untreated control DNA digested with SwaI; c, A511 with Bal31 treatment for 5 min; d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Restriction fragments disappearing over time are indicated by arrows. (D) PFGE of XcmI-digested phage A511 genomic DNA after Bal 31 treatment for indicated time intervals. Lanes: a and b, DNA length standards; c, untreated control DNA (XcmI digested); d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 5 min; e, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Arrows point to the terminal fragments disappearing over time.
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    Enzymatic analysis of A511 genomic DNA. (A) PFGE separation of full-length phage DNAs. Lanes: a, A511; b, P100; c, K; d, DNA length standard. The image has been inverted for better visualization. (B) PFGE of phage A511 DNA digested with XcmI (a), SwaI (b), ClaI (c), EcoRI (d), undigested control DNA (e), and DNA length standards (f and g). (C) PFGE of SwaI-digested A511 DNA after treatment with nuclease Bal 31 for the indicated time intervals. Lanes: a, DNA length standard; b, untreated control DNA digested with SwaI; c, A511 with Bal31 treatment for 5 min; d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Restriction fragments disappearing over time are indicated by arrows. (D) PFGE of XcmI-digested phage A511 genomic DNA after Bal 31 treatment for indicated time intervals. Lanes: a and b, DNA length standards; c, untreated control DNA (XcmI digested); d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 5 min; e, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Arrows point to the terminal fragments disappearing over time.

    Journal: Journal of Bacteriology

    Article Title: The Terminally Redundant, Nonpermuted Genome of Listeria Bacteriophage A511: a Model for the SPO1-Like Myoviruses of Gram-Positive Bacteria ▿ Bacteriophage A511: a Model for the SPO1-Like Myoviruses of Gram-Positive Bacteria ▿ †

    doi: 10.1128/JB.00461-08

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Enzymatic analysis of A511 genomic DNA. (A) PFGE separation of full-length phage DNAs. Lanes: a, A511; b, P100; c, K; d, DNA length standard. The image has been inverted for better visualization. (B) PFGE of phage A511 DNA digested with XcmI (a), SwaI (b), ClaI (c), EcoRI (d), undigested control DNA (e), and DNA length standards (f and g). (C) PFGE of SwaI-digested A511 DNA after treatment with nuclease Bal 31 for the indicated time intervals. Lanes: a, DNA length standard; b, untreated control DNA digested with SwaI; c, A511 with Bal31 treatment for 5 min; d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Restriction fragments disappearing over time are indicated by arrows. (D) PFGE of XcmI-digested phage A511 genomic DNA after Bal 31 treatment for indicated time intervals. Lanes: a and b, DNA length standards; c, untreated control DNA (XcmI digested); d, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 5 min; e, A511 with Bal 31 treatment for 10 min. Arrows point to the terminal fragments disappearing over time.

    Article Snippet: For the extraction of A511 DNA fragments from gels, approximately 150 μg of DNA was digested with SwaI (Fermentas), electrophoresed (UltraPure low-melting-point agarose; Invitrogen), and stained with ethidium bromide.

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