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Temperate Bacteriophages of Bacillus subtilis

by Pamela S. Fink and Stanley A. Zahler

Bioprocess Development, Wyeth Research
Pearl River, NY 10965
Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853

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

Figure 35-1: Electron micrograph of a negatively-stained preparation of SPb particles  (tif)
Figure 35-2: Location of bacteriophage attachment sites in the B. subtilis chromosome.  (tif)
Figure 35-3: DNA sequence of SPb attachment sites.  (tif)
Figure 35-4: Organization of the g105 (A) and PBSX (B) genetic control regions.  (tif)
Figure 35-5: DNA content of specialized transducing bacteriophage SPb c2 pilvA.  (tif)
Figure 35-6: Introns, intein and possible splicesosome in the bnrd region of SPb  (tif)
Figure 35-6a: bnrdE intron,.  (tif)
Figure 35-6b: bnrdF intron,.  (tif)
Figure 35-6c: …BnrdE intron.  (tif)
Figure 35-6d: …possible intergenic splicesomal element.  (tif)
Figure 35-7: Cloning vectors constructed from phages…  (tif)
Figure 35-7a: …direct transfection with g105J106.  (tif)
Figure 35-7b: …prophage transformation with SPb c2 D2 :: Tn917.  (tif)
Table 35-1: PM2 genes, open reading frames (ORF) and corresponding proteins (pdf file).
Bibliography: References cited by chapter (pdf file).
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