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6(p-hydroxyphenylazo)-uracil: a reversible, selective inhibitor of the replication of deoxyribonucleic acid of staphylococcal bacteriophage p11-m15.6(p-hydroxyphenylazo)-uracil (hpura), a selective inhibitor of the semiconservative replication of deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) of gram-positive bacteria, was found to inhibit the replication of dna of bacteriophage p11-m15, a virulent derivative of the temperate staphylococcus aureus bacteriophage p11. at appropriate concentration, hpura inhibited dna synthesis by p11-m15-infected s. aureus immediately and completely, regardless of the stage of the lytic cycle at which infected cells were expose ...19714257202
complete nucleotide sequence and molecular characterization of two lytic staphylococcus aureus phages: 44ahjd and p68.the first complete nucleotide sequences of two lytic staphylococcus aureus double stranded dna phages, 44ahjd (16784 bp) and p68 (18227 bp), are reported. both are small isometric phages, with short, non-contractile tails and a pre-neck appendage. based on their morphology, their genome size, the similarity of the encoded gene products, the type of infection and on the possession of a type b dna polymerase, 44ahjd and p68 are allocated to the order caudovirales, family podoviridae, genus 'phi29- ...200312620632
synonymous codon usage bias in 16 staphylococcus aureus phages: implication in phage therapy.to reveal the factors influencing architecture of protein-coding genes in staphylococcal phages, relative synonymous codon usage variation has been investigated in 920 protein-coding genes of 16 staphylococcal phages. as expected for at rich genomes, there are predominantly a and t ending codons in all 16 phages. both nc plot and correspondence analysis on relative synonymous codon usage indicates that mutation bias influences codon usage variation in the 16 phages. correspondence analysis also ...200515970346
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