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2. THE T7 DEVELOPMENT PROCESS The full 40 kilobase genome of bacteriophage T7 was sequenced in 1983. It is really quite remarkable that this static linear strand of DNA can encode a complex, dynamic, non-linear developmental process. For a brief look at this process, see Figure 3. In the first phase of the infection cycle, the phage lands on its host and starts sending in DNA. The E. coli RNAP binds to its promoter and transcribes early T7 genes. At the same time, the transcription process pulls the T7 DNA into the cell.