Type

Journal Article

Authors

Douwe van Sinderen
Marco Ventura
Thijs Kouwen
Laurens Hanemaaijer
Gabriele A. Lugli
Jennifer Mahony
Joana Oliveira

Subjects

Veterinary

Topics
p335 group phages strains lactococcus lactis lactococcal prophages dairy industry isolated genome sequences dairy dairy processing

Genome sequences of eight prophages isolated from Lactococcus lactis dairy strains (2016)

Abstract P335 group phages represent the most divergent phage group infecting dairy Lactococcus lactis strains and have significant implications for the dairy processing industry. Here, we report the complete genome sequences of eight lactococcal prophages chemically induced from industrial lactococcal strains that propagate lytically on one of two laboratory strains
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Full list of authors on original publication

Douwe van Sinderen, Marco Ventura, Thijs Kouwen, Laurens Hanemaaijer, Gabriele A. Lugli, Jennifer Mahony, Joana Oliveira

Experts in our system

1
Douwe van Sinderen
University College Cork
 
2
Marco Ventura
University College Cork
Total Publications: 31
 
3
Thijs R. Kouwen
University College Cork
Total Publications: 9
 
4
Laurens Hanemaaijer
University College Cork
Total Publications: 9
 
5
Gabriele A. Lugli
University College Cork
Total Publications: 17
 
6
Jennifer Mahony
University College Cork
Total Publications: 71
 
7
Joana Oliveira
University College Cork
Total Publications: 6