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Phage Evolution

by Frank Desiere and Harald Brüssow

Nestle Research Center
CH-1000 Lausanne 26
Vers-chez-les-Blanc, Switzerland

The Bacteriophages, 2nd edition (2006)
Richard Calendar -- Oxford University Press

Fig. 4-1: Dotplot matrix calculated for the genome sequences of the S. thermophilus phages Sfi19, Sfi11, Sfi21, O1205, DT1, 7201.  (tif)
Fig. 4-2: Color Figure: Alignment of the genetic maps of the Lactobacillus phage adh, Streptococcus phage Sfi21, Lactococcus phage BK5-T, Staphylococcus phage PVL, and Bacillus phage phi-105.  (tif)
Fig. 4-3: Color Figure: Comparison of the genomes from the established and proposed genera of Siphoviridae constituting the λ supergroup of phages.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4: Dot-plot analysis of phage couples…
Fig. 4-4A: …Archaeaphages ψM2 and ψM100.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4B: …Mycobacteriophages L5 and D29.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4C: Salmonella phage P22 and E. coli phage HK620.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4D: E. coli phage T7 and Yersinia phage fYeO3-12.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4E: Bacillus phages GA-1 and PZA.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4F: E. coli phages Mu and prophage Sp18.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4G: E. coli phages P2 and 186.  (tif)
Fig. 4-4H: Lactococcus phages c2 and bIL67.  (tif)
Bibliography: References cited by chapter (pdf file).
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