Phage infection of an environmentally relevant marine bacterium alters host metabolism and lysate composition

@article{Ankrah2014PhageIO,
  title={Phage infection of an environmentally relevant marine bacterium alters host metabolism and lysate composition},
  author={Nana Yaw D Ankrah and Amanda L. May and Jesse L. Middleton and Daniel R Jones and Mary K. Hadden and Jessica R. Gooding and Gary R Lecleir and Steven W Wilhelm and Shawn R Campagna and Alison Buchan},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={1089-1100}
}
Viruses contribute to the mortality of marine microbes, consequentially altering biological species composition and system biogeochemistry. Although it is well established that host cells provide metabolic resources for virus replication, the extent to which infection reshapes host metabolism at a global level and the effect of this alteration on the cellular material released following viral lysis is less understood. To address this knowledge gap, the growth dynamics, metabolism and… CONTINUE READING
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