Generation of temperature-sensitive cbp1 strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by PCR mutagenesis and in vivo recombination: Characteristics of the mutant strains imply that CBP1 is involved in stabilization and processing of cytochrome b pre-mRNA

R. R. Staples, C. L. Dieckmann

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