Mycobacterium phage PhantomSKS
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|Detailed Information for Phage PhantomSKS|
|Isolation Host||Mycobacterium smegmatis mc²155|
|Found By||Shahanna Sagoo|
|Location Found||London, KY USA|
|Finding Institution||Somerset Community College|
|Program||Kentucky Biomedical Infrastructure Network Small Genomes Discovery Program|
|From enriched soil sample?||Yes|
|Isolation Temperature||Not entered|
|GPS Coordinates||37.082778 N, 84.101389 W Map|
|Discovery Notes||Temperature: around 30 degrees F or below. |
Date: February 15, 2016
Climate: It was snowy, damp, and cold.
Characteristics of soil: It was damp and the color of the soil was dark, but the soil had a soft texture to it.
Obtained after the second round.
From same enrichment as Acquire49
|Naming Notes||I called my phage phantomsks because sks are my initials, but when I think of what bacteriophage and how they infect bacteria to kill them, I think of them as sneaky and almost phantom like. |
|Genome length (bp)||Unknown|
|Character of genome ends||Unknown|
|Fasta file available?||No|
|Annotating Institution||Unknown or unassigned|
|Annotation Status||Not sequenced|
|Plaque Notes||My plaques were round and clear. |
Their size was definitely smaller compared to others
They were consistent in size. Of about 1 mm
|Has been Phamerated?||No|
|Uploaded to GenBank?||No|
|GenBank Accession||None yet|
|Refseq Number||None yet|
|SEA Lysate Titer||1.0x10^7 pfu/mL|
|Pitt Freezer Box#||28|
|Pitt Freezer Box Grid#||B5|