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Lobban and Kaiser (1973) showed that it was possible to convert linear phage 22 DNA into double-stranded circles, closed covalently. This they did by first using X phage exonuclease to produce 3' singlestrand ends on the phage DNA; terminal transferase was used to add strings of Manipulating DNA 31 adenines to one preparation and strings of thymidines to another; annealing the two populations of molecules through these poly-A and poly-T extensions; and finally treating with DNA ligase, exonuclease III, and DNA polymerase I to covalently link and repair the annealed strands.