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Relationships between phage genomes of different Actinobacterium hosts.

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posted on 18.06.2020 by Deborah Jacobs-Sera, Lawrence A. Abad, Richard M. Alvey, Kirk R. Anders, Haley G. Aull, Suparna S. Bhalla, Lawrence S. Blumer, David W. Bollivar, J. Alfred Bonilla, Kristen A. Butela, Roy J. Coomans, Steven G. Cresawn, Tom D'Elia, Arturo Diaz, Ashley M. Divens, Nicholas P. Edgington, Gregory D. Frederick, Maria D. Gainey, Rebecca A. Garlena, Kenneth W. Grant, Susan M. R. Gurney, Heather L. Hendrickson, Lee E. Hughes, Margaret A. Kenna, Karen K. Klyczek, Hari Kotturi, Travis N. Mavrich, Angela L. McKinney, Evan C. Merkhofer, Jordan Moberg Parker, Sally D. Molloy, Denise L. Monti, Dana A. Pape-Zambito, Richard S. Pollenz, Welkin H. Pope, Nathan S. Reyna, Claire A. Rinehart, Daniel A. Russell, Christopher D. Shaffer, Viknesh Sivanathan, Ty H. Stoner, Joseph Stukey, C. Nicole Sunnen, Sara S. Tolsma, Philippos K. Tsourkas, Jamie R. Wallen, Vassie C. Ware, Marcie H. Warner, Jacqueline M. Washington, Kristi M. Westover, JoAnn L. Whitefleet-Smith, Helen I. Wiersma-Koch, Daniel C. Williams, Kira M. Zack, Graham F. Hatfull

Arcadia is a Cluster AM Arthrobacter phage, Pepy6 is a Rhodococcus Cluster CC phage, Gravy is a Cluster DJ Gordonia phage, RosaAsantewaa is a Streptomyces singleton, Bing is a Subcluster BI1 Streptomyces phage, and Count and Camille are Cluster EL Microbacterium phages. See S8 Fig for details.

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