Type

Journal Article

Authors

Douwe van Sinderen
Jennifer Mahony
James Murphy

Subjects

Veterinary

Topics
species bacteriophage irish dairy complete genome sequence infection cheese production negative impact type

Complete genome sequence of the 936-type lactococcal bacteriophage CaseusJM1. (2013)

Abstract The 936-type lytic bacteriophages are the most frequently encountered species infecting lactococcal dairy starters. Infection by members belonging to this species has a significant negative impact on the cheese production process. Here we report the complete genome sequence of the bacteriophage CaseusJM1, a 936-type phage isolated from an Irish dairy plant.
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Douwe van Sinderen, Jennifer Mahony, James Murphy

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Jennifer Mahony
University College Cork
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James Murphy
University College Cork