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|Title:||Two novel Erwinia amylovora bacteriophages, Loshitsa2 and Micant, isolated in Belarus|
|Authors:||Besarab, Natalya V.|
Letarov, Andrey V.
Kulikov, Eugene E.
Babenko, Vladislav V.
Belalov, Ilya S.
Lagonenko, Alexander L.
Golomidova, Alla K.
Evtushenkov, Anatoly N.
|Keywords:||ЭБ БГУ::ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::Биология|
|Citation:||Arch Virol 2022.|
|Abstract:||The complete genomes of the new Erwinia amylovora bacteriophages Loshitsa2 and Micant are 43,092 bp and 43,028 bp long, respectively, encode 51 putative proteins, and have two tRNA genes. Comparative analysis with representatives of the class Caudoviricetes suggests that bacteriophages Loshitsa2 and Micant are related to LIMElight bacteriophage belonging to the family Autographiviridae and could be proposed to be members of a novel subfamily.|
|Sponsorship:||Author N.V. Besarab received research support from the Laboratory of Microbial Viruses, Winogradsky Institute of Microbiology, Research Center of Biotechnology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The work was partially supported by the Ministry of Education of Belarus (project no. 20211371) and by the federal subsidies of Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation in accordance with agreement № 075-15-2022-318 date April 20, 2022 (World-class Scientific Center “Agrotechnologies for the Future”).|
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