American Society for Microbiology
Journal of Bacteriology
Afine-structure genetic map of the histidine transport region of the Salmonella typhimurium chromosome was constructed. Twenty-five deletion mutants were isolated and used for dividing the hisJ and hisP genes into 8 and 13 regions respectively. A total of 308 mutations, spontaneous and mutagen induced, have been placed in these regions by deletion mapping. The histidine transport operon is presumed to be constituted of genes dhuA, hisJ, and hisP, and the regulation of the hosP and hisJ genes by dhuA is discussed. The orientation of this operon relative to purF has been established by three-point crosses as being: purF duhA hisJ hisP.
Ames, Giovanna Ferro-Luzzi; Noel, K. Dale; Taber, H.; Spudich, E. Negri; Nikaido, Kishiko; Afong, J.; and Ardeshir, F., "Fine-Structure Map of the Histidine Transport Genes in Salmonella typhimurium" (1977). Biological Sciences Faculty Research and Publications. 577.