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Disease relevance of Mycobacteriophages


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Chemical compound and disease context of Mycobacteriophages


Gene context of Mycobacteriophages

  • We also present the sequences of the putative attP site and integrase protein of the cryptic prophage-like element phiRv2, and compare them to those of mycobacteriophages L5 and D29 [7].
  • Cloning and sequencing analysis of the repressor gene of temperate mycobacteriophage L1 [14].


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