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Corynephage Cog, a virulent bacteriophage of Corynebacterium glutamicum, and its relationship to phi GA1, an inducible phage particle from Brevibacterium flavum



Corynephage Cog, a virulent bacteriophage of Corynebacterium glutamicum, and its relationship to phi GA1, an inducible phage particle from Brevibacterium flavum



Journal of General Virology 71: 1629-1633



The host range of the virulent bacteriophage Cog among several strains of amino acid-producing corynebacteria is limited to Corynebacterium glutamicum LP-6. Cog is a typical corynephage of the Siphoviridae family (B1 morphotype) with an isometric head of 52 nm and a medium length, striated tail of 190 nm. It has linear genome of 39.7 kb with cohesive ends and 53% G + C; a restriction map is presented, including regions of DNA homology (by hybridization) with the inducible phage particle .vphi.GA1 from Brevibacterium flavum.

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