Physiological Properties and Genome Structure of the Hyperthermophilic Filamentous Phage φOH3 Which Infects Thermus thermophilus HB8

@article{Nagayoshi2016PhysiologicalPA,
  title={Physiological Properties and Genome Structure of the Hyperthermophilic Filamentous Phage φOH3 Which Infects Thermus thermophilus HB8},
  author={Yuko Nagayoshi and Kenta Kumagae and Kazuki Mori and Kousuke Tashiro and Ayano Nakamura and Yasuhireo Fujino and Yasuaki Hiromasa and Takeo Iwamoto and Satoru Kuhara and Toshihisa Ohshima and Katsumi Doi},
  journal={Frontiers in microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={50}
}
A filamentous bacteriophage, φOH3, was isolated from hot spring sediment in Obama hot spring in Japan with the hyperthermophilic bacterium Thermus thermophilus HB8 as its host. Phage φOH3, which was classified into the Inoviridae family, consists of a flexible filamentous particle 830 nm long and 8 nm wide. φOH3 was stable at temperatures ranging from 70 to 90°C and at pHs ranging from 6 to 9. A one-step growth curve of the phage showed a 60-min latent period beginning immediately postinfection… CONTINUE READING

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