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Bacteria Plasmids not only in bacteria?

A question in USMLE Consult is pointing to the fact that plasmids are not only found in bacteria.
They can also be found in eukaryotes and they mentioned an example, unfortunately I forgot what that example was.
Can anybody help me refresh
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the only popular example and perhaps the only one available is
in the fungus
Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Hope that you are not confusing it with Ansa Cervicalis
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Thanks Sabio
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