Complete genome analysis of Pantoea agglomerans-infecting bacteriophage vB_PagM_AAM22

Abstract

A novel myovirus, vB_PagM_AAM22 (AAM22), was isolated in Lithuania using Pantoea agglomerans as the host for phage propagation. The 49,744-bp genome of AAM22 has a G + C content of 48.4% and contains 96 probable protein-encoding genes and no genes for tRNA. In total, 34 ORFs were given a putative functional annotation, including genes associated with virion morphogenesis, DNA metabolism, and phage-host interactions. Based on comparative phylogenetic analysis, AAM22 cannot be assigned to any genus currently recognized by the ICTV and is a potential candidate to form a new genus within the family Myoviridae.

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This research was funded by Grants (no. 09.3.3.-LMT-K-712-15-0109 and no. 09.3.3.-LMT-K-712-16-0087) from the Research Council of Lithuania.

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Truncaitė, L., Šimoliūnienė, M., Alijošius, L. et al. Complete genome analysis of Pantoea agglomerans-infecting bacteriophage vB_PagM_AAM22. Arch Virol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00705-020-04705-4

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