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Genome Sequences of 19 Novel Erwinia amylovora Bacteriophages

OPEN Genome announcements | 18 Nov 2017

IND Esplin, JA Berg, R Sharma, RC Allen, DK Arens, CR Ashcroft, SR Bairett, NJ Beatty, M Bickmore, TJ Bloomfield, TS Brady, RN Bybee, JL Carter, MC Choi, S Duncan, CP Fajardo, BB Foy, DA Fuhriman, PD Gibby, SE Grossarth, K Harbaugh, N Harris, JA Hilton, E Hurst, JR Hyde, K Ingersoll, CM Jacobson, BD James, TM Jarvis, D Jaen-Anieves, GL Jensen, BK Knabe, JL Kruger, BD Merrill, JA Pape, AM Payne Anderson, DE Payne, MD Peck, SV Pollock, MJ Putnam, EK Ransom, DB Ririe, DM Robinson, SL Rogers, KA Russell, JE Schoenhals, CA Shurtleff, AR Simister, HG Smith, MB Stephenson, LA Staley, JM Stettler, ML Stratton, OB Tateoka, PJ Tatlow, AS Taylor, SE Thompson, MH Townsend, TL Thurgood, BK Usher, KV Whitley, AT Ward, MEH Ward, CJ Webb, TM Wienclaw, TL Williamson, MJ Wells, CK Wright, DP Breakwell, S Hope and JH Grose
Erwinia amylovora is the causal agent of fire blight, a devastating disease affecting some plants of the Rosaceae family. We isolated bacteriophages from samples collected from infected apple and pear trees along the Wasatch Front in Utah. We announce 19 high-quality complete genome sequences of E. amylovora bacteriophages.
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Wasatch Front, Ogden, Utah, Wasatch Range, Utah, Flowering plant, Fruit, Provo, Utah, Rosaceae
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