Proteins of bacteriophage phi6.

@article{Sinclair1975ProteinsOB,
  title={Proteins of bacteriophage phi6.},
  author={John F Sinclair and Alexander Tzagoloff and Danielle L Levine and Leonard Mindich},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1975},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={685-95}
}
We investigated the protein composition of the lipid-containing bacteriophage phi 6. We also studied the synthesis of phage-specific proteins in the host bacterium Pseudomonas phaseolicola HB10Y. The virion was found to contain 10 proteins of the following molecular weights: P1, 93,000; P2, 88,000; P3, 84,000; P4, 36,800; P5, 24,000; P6, 21,000; P7, 19,900; P8, 10,500; P9, 8,700; and P10, less than 6,000. Proteins P3, P9, and P10 were completely extracted from the virion with 1% Triton X-100… CONTINUE READING

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