Microbacterium phage LittleHoudini
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|Detailed Information for Phage LittleHoudini
|Microbacterium foliorum NRRL B-24224
|Cullowhee, NC USA
|Western Carolina University
|Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
|From enriched soil sample?
|35.302778 N, 83.183611 W Map
|Sample taken from the surface of the soil just underneath running water in Cullowhee Creek.
|The name "LittleHoudini" came from the disappearing act that the phage performed during discovery. When growing a new batch of bacteria to use in our discovery/characterization experiments, the phage revealed a great sensitivity to a change in the type of peptone and disappeared for a while until the bacteria was grown the original way(or at least close to it).
|Genome length (bp)
|Character of genome ends
|Fasta file available?
|Unknown or unassigned
|The morphology of LittleHoudini at the beginning was small and very clear, but after messing with the formula of the bacterial growth agents, the plaques remained a familiar size, but took on a bit of a hazy glaze instead of being perfectly transparent as they were.
|Has been Phamerated?
|Uploaded to GenBank?
|SEA Lysate Titer
|Pitt Freezer Box#
|Pitt Freezer Box Grid#
|Restriction Digest Picture