Structural evolution of the P22-like phages: comparison of Sf6 and P22 procapsid and virion architectures.

@article{Parent2012StructuralEO,
  title={Structural evolution of the P22-like phages: comparison of Sf6 and P22 procapsid and virion architectures.},
  author={Kristin N Parent and Eddie B. Gilcrease and Sherwood R. Casjens and Timothy S. Baker},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2012},
  volume={427 2},
  pages={177-88}
}
Coat proteins of tailed, dsDNA phages and in herpesviruses include a conserved core similar to the bacteriophage HK97 subunit. This core is often embellished with other domains such as the telokin Ig-like domain of phage P22. Eighty-six P22-like phages and prophages with sequenced genomes share a similar set of virion assembly genes and, based on comparisons of twelve viral assembly proteins (structural and assembly/packaging chaperones), these phages are classified into three groups (P22-like… CONTINUE READING

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