Genome sequences of 19 Rhodococcus erythropolis cluster CA phages

J. Alfred Bonilla, Sharon Isern, Ann M. Findley, Karen K. Klyczek, Scott F. Michael, Margaret S. Saha, William J. Buchser, Mark H. Forsyth, Sudip Paudel, Christopher R. Gissendanner, Allison M.D. Wiedemeier, Fernanda L. Alonzo, Rebecca A. Garlena, Daniel A. Russell, Welkin H. Pope, Steven G. Cresawn, Deborah Jacobs-Sera, Graham F. Hatfull, of Wisconsin-River Falls SEA-PHAGES University of Wisconsin-River Falls SEA-PHAGES, Gulf Coast University SEA-PHAGES Florida Gulf Coast University SEA-PHAGESof Louisiana-Monroe SEA-PHAGES University of Louisiana-Monroe SEA-PHAGES, of William & Mary SEA-PHAGES College of William & Mary SEA-PHAGES

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We report the complete genome sequences of 19 cluster CA bacteriophages isolated from environmental samples using Rhodococcus erythropolis as a host. All of the phages are Siphoviridae, have similar genome lengths (46,314 to 46,985 bp) and G+C contents (58.5 to 58.8%), and share nucleotide sequence similarity.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere01201-17
JournalGenome Announcements
Issue number49
StatePublished - Dec 1 2017


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