Genome Sequence of Vibrio natriegens Phage vB_VnaS-AQKL99.

Published on Oct 1, 2020
· DOI :10.1128/MRA.00967-20
Noah Yonas (USF: University of South Florida), Paige Boleman (USF: University of South Florida)+ 4 AuthorsMya Breitbart67
Estimated H-index: 67
(USF: University of South Florida)
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Abstract
Vibrio natriegens is a naturally occurring marine bacterium that is emerging as a microbiological model system. Here, we describe Aquatic Killer 99 (AQKL99), a novel phage that infects Vibrio natriegens 14048. The genome of the phage is 58,464 bp long, has a GC content of 45.9%, and contains 51 protein-coding genes.
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