2016 journal article

Paenibacillus larvae Phage Tripp Genome Has 378-Base-Pair Terminal Repeats

Genome Announcements, 4(1).

By: J. Abraham, A. Bousquet, E. Bruff, N. Carson, A. Clark, A. Connell, Z. Davis, J. Dums ...

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<jats:italic>Paenibacillus larvae bacteriophage Tripp was isolated from an American foulbrood diseased honey bee hive in North Carolina, USA. The 54,439-bp genome is 48.3% G+C, encodes 92 proteins, no tRNAs, and has 378-bp direct terminal repeats. It is currently unique in Genbank.