Salmonella phages and prophages: genomics, taxonomy, and applied aspects.
Methods in molecular biology, September 2014
Switt AI, Sulakvelidze A, Wiedmann M, Kropinski AM, Wishart DS, Poppe C, Liang Y, Andrea I. Moreno Switt, Alexander Sulakvelidze, Martin Wiedmann, Andrew M. Kropinski, David S. Wishart, Cornelis Poppe, Yongjie Liang
Since this book was originally published in 2007 there has been a significant increase in the number of Salmonella bacteriophages, particularly lytic virus, and Salmonella strains which have been fully sequenced. In addition, new insights into phage taxonomy have resulted in new phage genera, some of which have been recognized by the International Committee of Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV). The properties of each of these genera are discussed, along with the role of phage as agents of genetic exchange, as therapeutic agents, and their involvement in phage typing.
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