Podoviridae


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Podoviridae

[‚päd·ə′vir·ə‚dī]
(virology)
A family of linear double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid-containing bacterial viruses (bacteriophages) characterized by a short contractile tail and an icosahedral head, contains the T7 coliphage.
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Antibacterial and biofilm removal activity of a podoviridae S.
Microscopia electronica.--Se observo que el fago Va1 pertenece a la familia Podoviridae por presentar cabeza de forma icosaedrica con un talo corto no contractil y un diametro menor al diametro de la cabeza.
Tailed phages are the most abundant group among reported phages and represent 96% of the total; within this group 61% belong to Siphoviridae family, 25% to Myoviridae and 14.5% to Podoviridae [24].
Sample P26 (estuary) had an elevated index score relative to all other marine samples due to an increased phage count (Podoviridae).
The bacteriophages used were from the Podoviridae family of bacteriophages and had identical DNA-related RFLP profiles, although they showed a different host range and replication dynamics.
unclassified Sample Viruses Root reads BH 80/11 RNA (3 55 (Myoviridae, Siphoviridae, 377 1,318 pooled samples) Podoviridae, Bunyaviridae, Retroviridae, Papillomaviridae) BH 81/11 RNA 57 (Myoviridae, Siphoviridae, 19 1,006 Podoviridae, Retroviridae) BH 80/11 DNA (3 3 (Herpesviridae, Mimiviridae, 9,181 9,339 pooled samples) unclassified virus) BH 81/11 DNA 1 (Retroviridae) 3 9,929