A proposed new bacteriophage subfamily: “Jerseyvirinae”

Hany Anany, Andrea I Moreno Switt, Niall De Lappe, Hans Wolfgang Ackermann, Darren M. Reynolds, Andrew M. Kropinski, Martin Wiedmann, Mansel W. Griffiths, Denise Tremblay, Sylvain Moineau, John H E Nash, Dann Turner

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Based on morphology and comparative nucleotide and protein sequence analysis, a new subfamily of the family Siphoviridae is proposed, named “Jerseyvirinae” and consisting of three genera, “Jerseylikevirus”, “Sp3unalikevirus” and “K1glikevirus”. To date, this subfamily consists of 18 phages for which the genomes have been sequenced. Salmonella phages Jersey, vB_SenS_AG11, vB_SenS-Ent1, vB_SenS-Ent2, vB_SenS-Ent3, FSL SP-101, SETP3, SETP7, SETP13, SE2, SS3e and wksl3 form the proposed genus “Jerseylikevirus”. The proposed genus “K1glikevirus” consists of Escherichia phages K1G, K1H, K1ind1, K1ind2 and K1ind3. The proposed genus “Sp3unalikevirus” contains one member so far. Jersey-like phages appear to be widely distributed, as the above phages were isolated in the UK, Canada, the USA and South Korea between 1970 and the present day. The distinguishing features of this subfamily include a distinct siphovirus morphotype, genomes of 40.7-43.6 kb (49.6-51.4 mol % G+C), a syntenic genome organisation, and a high degree of nucleotide sequence identity and shared proteins. All known members of the proposed subfamily are strictly lytic.

Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (desde-hasta)1021-1033
Número de páginas13
PublicaciónArchives of Virology
Volumen160
N.º4
DOI
EstadoPublished - 2015

Huella dactilar

Bacteriophages
Genome
Siphoviridae
Salmonella Phages
Escherichia
Republic of Korea
Protein Sequence Analysis
Canada
Proteins

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  • Virology
  • Medicine(all)

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Anany, H., Switt, A. I. M., De Lappe, N., Ackermann, H. W., Reynolds, D. M., Kropinski, A. M., ... Turner, D. (2015). A proposed new bacteriophage subfamily: “Jerseyvirinae”. Archives of Virology, 160(4), 1021-1033. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00705-015-2344-z
Anany, Hany ; Switt, Andrea I Moreno ; De Lappe, Niall ; Ackermann, Hans Wolfgang ; Reynolds, Darren M. ; Kropinski, Andrew M. ; Wiedmann, Martin ; Griffiths, Mansel W. ; Tremblay, Denise ; Moineau, Sylvain ; Nash, John H E ; Turner, Dann. / A proposed new bacteriophage subfamily : “Jerseyvirinae”. En: Archives of Virology. 2015 ; Vol. 160, N.º 4. pp. 1021-1033.
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A proposed new bacteriophage subfamily : “Jerseyvirinae”. / Anany, Hany; Switt, Andrea I Moreno; De Lappe, Niall; Ackermann, Hans Wolfgang; Reynolds, Darren M.; Kropinski, Andrew M.; Wiedmann, Martin; Griffiths, Mansel W.; Tremblay, Denise; Moineau, Sylvain; Nash, John H E; Turner, Dann.

En: Archives of Virology, Vol. 160, N.º 4, 2015, p. 1021-1033.

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Anany H, Switt AIM, De Lappe N, Ackermann HW, Reynolds DM, Kropinski AM y otros. A proposed new bacteriophage subfamily: “Jerseyvirinae”. Archives of Virology. 2015;160(4):1021-1033. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00705-015-2344-z