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22 S. W. QUEENER AND R. H. BALTZ plasmid. These traits make this plasmid a potential cloning vector for Streptomyces (see "Recombinant DNA"). The study of plasmids in eukaryotic microorganisms has been less fruitful than in prokaryotes. There have been no reports of plasmid-contained genes which function directly in the production of any industrial product by eukaryotic microorganisms. On the other hand, there have been reports of possible plasmid controlled functions in fungi since early 1977.
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