Prevalence, Host Range, and Comparative Genomic Analysis of Temperate Ochrobactrum Phages

@inproceedings{Jckel2017PrevalenceHR,
  title={Prevalence, Host Range, and Comparative Genomic Analysis of Temperate Ochrobactrum Phages},
  author={Claudia J{\"a}ckel and Stefan Hertwig and Holger Christian Scholz and Karsten N{\"o}ckler and Jochen Reetz and Jens A Hammerl},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2017}
}
Ochrobactrum and Brucella are closely related bacteria that populate different habitats and differ in their pathogenic properties. Only little is known about mobile genetic elements in these genera which might be important for survival and virulence. Previous studies on Brucella lysogeny indicated that active phages are rare in this genus. To gain insight into the presence and nature of prophages in Ochrobactrum, temperate phages were isolated from various species and characterized in detail… CONTINUE READING

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