Complete Genome Sequence of Sinorhizobium Phage ΦM6, the First Terrestrial Phage of a Marine Phage Group

  • Brewer T
  • Washburn B
  • Lynn J
  • et al.
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Abstract

Sinorhizobium phage ΦM6 infects the nitrogen-fixing rhizobial bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti . ΦM6 most closely resembles marine phages, such as Puniceispirillum phage HMO-2011, rather than previously sequenced rhizobial phages. Sinorhizobium phage ΦM6 infects the nitrogen-fixing rhizobial bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti . ΦM6 most closely resembles marine phages, such as Puniceispirillum phage HMO-2011, rather than previously sequenced rhizobial phages. The 68,176-bp genome is predicted to encode 121 open reading frames, only 10 of which have similarity to those of otherwise-unrelated Sinorhizobium phages.

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Brewer, T. E., Washburn, B. K., Lynn, J. S., & Jones, K. M. (2018). Complete Genome Sequence of Sinorhizobium Phage ΦM6, the First Terrestrial Phage of a Marine Phage Group. Microbiology Resource Announcements, 7(13). https://doi.org/10.1128/mra.01143-18

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