Mycobacterium phage Boop
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|Detailed Information for Phage Boop
|Mycobacterium smegmatis mc²155
|Anna Gift and Lexy Roman
|Indiana, PA USA
|Indiana University of Pennsylvania
|Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
|From enriched soil sample?
|40.62023 N, 79.15272 W Map
|The soil was collected at 12:30 pm.
The soil was taken from a rose garden outside of 603 Unit #1 in Crimson Court Townhouses. It was taken from the right, front corner near the sidewalk/door. The sample was dug out with a plastic spoon and placed into a Ziploc bag. The weather was sunny, partly cloudy, and humid at 84 degrees Fahrenheit. It was very moist, it had a deep brown color, it stuck together for the most part but had a tendency in some areas to crumble. There were worms found in the sample and it had stems and leaves found throughout. The soil was cool to the touch.
|It was the first name we could discover that was not taken.
|University of Pittsburgh Genomics and Proteomics Core Laboratories
|Genome length (bp)
|Character of genome ends
|Fasta file available?
|Unknown or unassigned
|As we progressed in the experiment, we found more and more plaques forming as we used a greater dilution.
|Has been Phamerated?
|Uploaded to GenBank?
|Not in Pitt Archives