HER Number
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Identification
Name Morphotype
J C1
Order Family Genus Species
Caudovirales Podoviridae J
Other designations

Electron Micrograph
Magnification: 594,000X
Bar: 50 nm
Staining: PT
Restriction profile

Characteristics Complete genome sequence
Plaques: <0.1 mm, veiled.
Mini T3-like phage adsorbing to IncJ plasmid coded pili and some IncC and IncD pili.
Apparently the smallest podovirus in existence.
Forms extremely faint plaques which are best seen on plates that have stood at room temperature after overnight incubation.
Non

Propagation conditions
Host strain HER
1219
Temp. Medium Aerobic/Anaerobic Agitation Others
37ºC TSA

Original reference
Bradley, D.E., F.A. Sirgel, J.N. Coetzee, and R.W. Hedges. 1982. Phage C-2 and J: IncC and IncJ plasmid-dependant phages. J. Gen. Microbiol. 128:2485-2498.

Remarks

History
Received from Date
J.N. Coetzee,
Institute for Pathology,
P.O. Box 2034,
Pretoria 0001,
South Africa.
Received from Date
J. Schell-M. van Montagu,
Laboratorium voor Genetika,
Ledeganckstraat 35,
B-9000 Gent,
Belgium.
02-11-1984
Isolated by Date
J.N. Coetzee,
Institute for Pathology,
P.O. Box 2034,
Pretoria 0001,
South Africa.
1981
Original source
Sewage

Last update
2006-04-13
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