Mycobacterium phage Kapport
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|Detailed Information for Phage Kapport
|Mycobacterium smegmatis mc²155
|Ella Nielsen and Alii TM
|Spokane, WA United States of America
|Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
|From enriched soil sample?
|47.6395 N, 117.42 W Map
|We obtained our sample from enriched soil found at the provided coordinates. Our sample was not collected on the Gonzaga University campus.
|The name of this phage originates from the combination of both the hometowns of the discoverers.
|Genome length (bp)
|Character of genome ends
|Fasta file available?
|Unknown or unassigned
|The morphology of our phage seems to represent plaques that range in various sizes from around 1-2mm. The plaques stay uniformly circular, with the center of each plaque being semi-opaque to transparent. There are numerous amounts of plaques on our petri dish with an estimation of about 140. All of the plaques are congregated and grouped together. Our dilution factor for the given image is 10^-4.
|Has been Phamerated?
|Uploaded to GenBank?
|Not in Pitt Archives
|SEA Lysate Titer