Complete Genome Sequence of Microbacterium foliorum Bacteriophage Librie

Sergei A. Markov*, Nygil L. Arms, Kayla J. Boyce, Melody R. Cardona Pendleton, Angilena M. Couch, Leigh E. Duncan, Osamiabe I. Enodiana, Jaci N. Gibson, Kendall J. Greer, Claudine M. Habib, Ugonna G. Isaac, Tamia C. Johnson, Gabriella G. Lewis, Summer K. Long, Isela A. Ogas, Kehinde O. Olusoga, Patience O. Oni, Kim Ngan H. Victory, Robin J. Zimmer

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Bacteriophage Librie was isolated from a soil sample from Clarksville, TN, using the bacterium Microbacterium foliorum. Librie has a 39,941 bp genome with 62 predicted protein-coding genes and 1 predicted gene for tRNA. Based on its gene content similarity to actinobacteriophages, Librie is grouped with phages in cluster EA5.

Original languageEnglish
JournalMicrobiology Resource Announcements
Issue number10
StatePublished - Oct 2022


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