The Sanger Institute Pathogen Genomics group sequenced a number of bacteriophage from various sources. Sequence data for each project was made available for download (FTP site) and searching (BLAST server). The annotation was made available on publication.
|CR1||Serratia marcenscens||169 kb||lytic||In shotgun||Sequence|
|OT8||Citrobacter rodentium||~200 kb||lytic||Halted||–|
|Vi typing phage E1||Salmonella typhi||45 kb||lytic||Published||Sequence|
|EC24b||Escherichia coli||57 kb||lysogenic||Finished||Sequence|
|CP220||Campylobacter jejuni||178 kb||lytic||Finished||Sequence|
In collaboration with Gordon Dougan (Sanger Institute), George Salmond (Cambridge University), Prof. Ian Connerton (University of Nottingham) and members of the broader phage biology community.
This sequencing centre plans on publishing the completed and annotated sequences in a peer-reviewed journal as soon as possible. Permission of the principal investigator should be obtained before publishing analyses of the sequence/open reading frames/genes on a chromosome or genome scale. See our data sharing policy.