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To test the importance of preventing double homologous cross-over, we chose to construct both plasmids which would fit with the notion of the perfect couple in host DN1280 and plasmids which harboured segments flanking both sides of the dal-1280 deletion. Two representative plasmid constructions are shown in Figure 6. pDN1290 makes a perfect couple with DN1280 since it lacks the EcoR5 site whereas pDN1130 closely resemble pDN1290, but harbours both the EcoR5 site and a ca. 400 bp flanking segment for which reason it does not make a perfect couple with DN1280.
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