Rohit R. Kongari

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In general, phages cause lysis of the bacterial host to effect release of the progeny virions. Until recently, it was thought that degradation of the peptidoglycan (PG) was necessary and sufficient for osmotic bursting of the cell. Recently, we have shown that in Gram-negative hosts, phage lysis also requires the disruption of the outer membrane (OM). This(More)
Bacillus megaterium is a soil-dwelling bacterium frequently used in research as a model organism and in industry in protein production applications. Bacteriophages may be used to enhance the use of this bacterium. Here, we describe the complete genome of B. megaterium siphophage Stills and its core features.
Poroelastography is an elastographic technique used to image the temporal mechanical behavior of tissues. One of the major challenges in determining experimental potentials and limitations of this technique has been the lack of complex and realistic controlled phantoms that could be used to corroborate the limited number of theoretical and simulation(More)
Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicusis is a Gram-positive actinomycete that is the causative agent of the potato disease ring rot. Here, we announce the complete genome sequence of the Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicusis siphophage CN1A. CN1A is only the second fully sequenced Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicusis phage reported(More)
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