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The P2-like Bacteriophages

by Anders S. Nilsson and Elisabeth Haggård-Ljungquist

Department of Genetics, Microbiology and Toxicology
Stockholm University, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden

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

Figure 25-1: Schematic drawing of the regions between attP and cos, or the equivalent region, of P2 and some P2-like phages.  (tif)
Figure 25-2: A. Hypothetical model of the steps during P2 DNA replication.  (tif)
Figure 25-3: Alignment of the initiation proteins of P2 and some P2-like phages.
Figure 25-4: Comparison of the promoter regions of the late operons in phages P2, 186 and P4 (pdf file).
Figure 25-5: Alignment of the transcriptional activators for the late promoters of P2 and some P2-like phages (pdf file).
Figure 25-6: A schematic drawing of the attP regions of phage P2 and some P2-like phages.  (tif)
Figure 25-7: Alignment of integrase proteins of phage P2 and some P2-like phages (pdf file).
Figure 25-8: Alignments of amino acid sequences using the CLUSTAL X program (pdf file).
Figure 25-9: A schematic drawing of the transcriptional switches of phage P2 (A) and 186 (B).  (tif)
Figure 25-10: The nucleotide sequences of the promoter-operator regions of P2 and some P2-like phages (pdf file).
Figure 25-11: Unrooted phylogenetic tree showing the relationship between inferred amino acid sequences from nine late genes (pdf file).
Table 25-1: Late genes of P2-like phages (pdf file).
Table 25-2: Host integration sites of P2 related phages (pdf file).
Bibliography: References cited by chapter (pdf file).
Presented by www.phage.org and Stephen T. Abedon