Gordonia phage Stitcheroni
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|Detailed Information for Phage Stitcheroni
|Gordonia rubripertincta NRRL B-16540
|New Albany, IN United States
|Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science
|From enriched soil sample?
|38.281236 N, 85.821791 W Map
|Dr. Rueschhoff found our phage from the Ohio River boat ramp by the ampitheater in New Albany. The temperature outside was 29 degrees Celsius. The soil was wet and rocky and collected from the top two inches off the soil surface.
|We based our name of phage on serial dilutions. A way to remember the process being called “serial dilution”, we compared it to serial killers, because they repeat or do again and again. So, our name is SerialKiller. (Alissa Kincade and Katie Durbin are the adoptive parents of this phage)
|Genome length (bp)
|Character of genome ends
|Fasta file available?
|Unknown or unassigned
|Small, ball-point pen size phages. The phage is clear with smooth edges around.
|Has been Phamerated?
|Uploaded to GenBank?
|Pitt Freezer Box#
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