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by Graham F. Hatfull

Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute and Department of Biological Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

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

Fig. 38-1: Mycobacteriophage genomic features....  (tif)
Fig. 38-1A: ...DNA sequence similarity.  (tif)
Fig. 38-1B: ...Relationship between %GC content and genome length.  (tif)
Figure 38-2: Mycobacteriophage genomic architectures.  (tif)
Figure 38-3: The unusual structures of the Bxb1 capsid and major tail proteins.  (tif)
Figure 38-4: Phylogenetic analysis of mycobacteriophage genes.  (tif)
Figure 38-5: Mycobacteriophage lysis genes.  (tif)
Figure 38-6: DNA sites for L5 integration and excision.  (tif)
Table 38-1: General Features of 14 mycobacteriophages and their genomes (pdf file).
Table 38-2: Mycobacteriophage capsid genes (pdf file).
Table 38-3: Frameshifts in mycobacteriophage tail protein genes (pdf file).
Bibliography: References cited by chapter (pdf file).
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