Mycobacterium phage Hard2get
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Detailed Information for Phage Hard2get
Discovery Information
Isolation HostMycobacterium smegmatis mc²155
Former namesJonseena
Found ByDavid Wen
Year Found2015
Location FoundBaltimore, MD United States of America
Finding InstitutionJohns Hopkins University
ProgramScience Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
From enriched soil sample?Yes
Isolation TemperatureNot entered
GPS Coordinates39.3289 N, 76.6203 W Map
Discovery NotesThis Phage was discovered in the Community Garden at Johns Hopkins University. It was obtained near a sunflower and a tomato plant with temperatures at approximately 30 degrees celsius. The day was clear and the soil that the phage was obtained form was relatively dry. The soil was taken from the surface.
Naming NotesOne will inevitably face some type of difficulty when performing the scientific research method; it's unavoidable even to master researchers. To overcome these difficulties, it is imperative that one recognizes errors and finds ways to make corrections. In other words, keep moving forward.
For me, purifying and titering this phage took far more creativity than the lab manual suggested; truly, it seemed that I was stopped during each step of the purifying and titering process because something needed to be fixed or the results were inadequate. From using formaldehyde to repeating platings to minimizing the amount of phage buffer used, every step required something a little extra.
In all honesty, although conducting the experiment was difficult, naming was arguably the most difficult part. Thus, I decided to name it based on exactly what it is: Hard2get

Sequencing Information
Sequencing Complete?No
Genome length (bp)Unknown
Character of genome endsUnknown
Fasta file available?No
Characterization
ClusterC
Subcluster--
Other Cluster Members

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Boonesok (None)

CLach (None)

DavidMina (None)

DitchDweller (None)

Elpis (None)

Genet (None)

Hard2get (None)

Hippocrates (None)

Kali (None)

LittleSpot (None)

Lsquared (None)

Marlex (None)

Minipoke (None)

PeeWee (None)

Pesky7 (None)

Phomnie (None)

Phyllis (None)

Roku (None)

Sagamore (None)

Samarai (None)

ShenziUR (None)

TinyC (None)

Trilla23 (None)

Turret (None)

Squidney (A3)

Ading (C1)

Adlitam (C1)

Alice (C1)

ArcherS7 (C1)

Astraea (C1)

Atlantean (C1)

Atlas (C1)

Audrick (C1)

Ava3 (C1)

BadAgartude (C1)

Bangla1971 (C1)

BeanWater (C1)

Bigswole (C1)

Bipolarisk (C1)

Breeniome (C1)

Bxz1 (C1)

Cali (C1)

Catera (C1)

CharlieB (C1)

ChickenPhender (C1)

Colt (C1)

Daffodil (C1)

Dandelion (C1)

Delilah (C1)

Derek (C1)

Drazdys (C1)

DrPhinkDaddy (C1)

DTDevon (C1)

EmmaElysia (C1)

EmToTheThree (C1)

Erdmann (C1)

ErnieJ (C1)

Essence (C1)

ET08 (C1)

Ewok (C1)

Exxus285 (C1)

Flabslab (C1)

FoxtrotP1 (C1)

FrayBell (C1)

Gabriel (C1)

Ghost (C1)

Gizmo (C1)

HarrySpotter (C1)

HyRo (C1)

InterFolia (C1)

Iota (C1)

Isee1101 (C1)

JennanaJr (C1)

Khaleesi (C1)

Koguma (C1)

LifeSavor (C1)

LinStu (C1)

Littleton (C1)

Loanshark (C1)

LRRHood (C1)

Lukilu (C1)

Lysocool (C1)

Melpomini (C1)

MePac (C1)

MikeLiesIn (C1)

Momo (C1)

MoMoMixon (C1)

Morizzled23 (C1)

Napoleon13 (C1)

Nappy (C1)

Nicolasphaqe (C1)

Nidhogg (C1)

NoodleTree (C1)

Norm (C1)

NuevoMundo (C1)

ParkTD (C1)

Patch (C1)

Patter (C1)

Phox (C1)

Phusco (C1)

Pier (C1)

Pio (C1)

Pivoine (C1)

Pleione (C1)

QBert (C1)

Rizal (C1)

Roots515 (C1)

SandySandal (C1)

ScottMcG (C1)

Sebastian (C1)

Sebata (C1)

ShankPowerGod (C1)

Shaqnato (C1)

ShiaLabeouf (C1)

Shnickers (C1)

Shrimp (C1)

SmallFry (C1)

Specks (C1)

Sprinklers (C1)

Spud (C1)

Stubby (C1)

Teardrop (C1)

TheO (C1)

Thuathua (C1)

TinyTim (C1)

Tonenili (C1)

Tortoise16 (C1)

Tyke (C1)

Wally (C1)

Willis (C1)

Yucca (C1)

Zeenon (C1)

ZygoTaiga (C1)

Matcha (C2)

Myrna (C2)

Phabba (C2)

SimSimmers (C2)

SrishMeg2525 (C2)

Plaque NotesThe plaques that appear on the plating were homogenously about 1mm in diameter, very small plaques with very small halos. On a plate, they appear to simply be small dots.

MorphotypeMyoviridae
Final annotation complete?No
Has been Phamerated?No
Publication Info
Uploaded to GenBank?No
GenBank AccessionNone yet
Refseq NumberNone yet
Available Files
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EM PictureDownload