Taxonomic changes in tailed phages of enterobacteria

@article{Ackermann1997TaxonomicCI,
  title={Taxonomic changes in tailed phages of enterobacteria},
  author={H. -W. Ackermann and M. S. DuBow and M. Gershman and B. Karska-Wysocki and S. S. Kasatiya and M. J. Loessner and M. D. Mamet-Bratley and M. Regu{\'e}},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={1997},
  volume={142},
  pages={1381-1390}
}
  • H. -W. Ackermann, M. S. DuBow, +5 authors M. Regué
  • Published in Archives of Virology 1997
  • DOI:10.1007/s007050050167
SummaryOut of 136 new phages, 80 (59%) are classified into 23 species according to morphology and physicochemical properties. Six new species are described and species b4, from a previous classification scheme, is renamed T1. The morphology of 36 phage species is schematically represented. 

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