Microbacterium phage Grog
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|Detailed Information for Phage Grog
|Microbacterium paraoxydans NRRL B-24275
|Cullowhee, NC United States of America
|Western Carolina University
|Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
|From enriched soil sample?
|35.310248 N, 83.187476 W Map
|Found in a shady spot under a bridge near a creek. The sample was from right along the water edge, so the soil was wet and somewhat gritty. It also had a lot of minerals.
|I retrieved my soil sample from under a bridge, so I thought it would be fitting to give my phage a troll-like name.
|Genome length (bp)
|Character of genome ends
|Fasta file available?
|Unknown or unassigned
|Originally the plaques were very small and uniform. After I was done purifying it and was in the process of growing a stock, the morphology changed dramatically. I purified it again, but the morphology of the plaques remained the same. My instructor thinks it has something to do with her making a new batch of bacteria stock, and my phage being particularly sensitive to the change. There was another similar case in the class.
|Has been Phamerated?
|Uploaded to GenBank?
|SEA Lysate Titer
|Pitt Freezer Box#
|Pitt Freezer Box Grid#
|Restriction Digest Picture