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triparental recombinant


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A progeny phage containing marker genes derived from each of three different phages that simultaneously infected the host cell. The observation of triparental recombinants demonstrates that repeated recombinational events occur in the infected cell between replicating nucleic acid molecules derived from all parent viruses. See Visconti-Delbrück hypothesis.

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