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Finnlakeviridae

Finnlakeviridae

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Cryo-electron microscopic reconstruction of the Flavobacterium phage FLiP virion

Finnlakeviridae is a family of bacterial viruses that is not assigned to any higher taxonomic ranks. The family contains a single genus, Finnlakevirus, which contains a single species, Flavobacterium virus FLiP.[1][2] This virus was isolated in 2010, with its gram-negative host bacterium, from Lake Jyväsjärvi, a boreal freshwater habitat in Central Finland, and is the first described single-stranded DNA virus with an internal membrane.[2]

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Genome organization of Flavobacterium phage FLiP.

The genome is circular single-stranded DNA of about 9200 nucleotides in length.[2]

References

  1. ^ Mäntynen, S; Laanto, E; Sundberg, LR; Poranen, MM; Oksanen, HM; ICTV Report Consortium (September 2020). "ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile: Finnlakeviridae". The Journal of General Virology. 101 (9): 894–895. doi:10.1099/jgv.0.001488. hdl:10138/320459. PMC 7654751. PMID 32840474.
  2. ^ a b c "ICTV Report Finnlakeviridae".

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Finnlakeviridae: Brief Summary

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Finnlakeviridae is a family of bacterial viruses that is not assigned to any higher taxonomic ranks. The family contains a single genus, Finnlakevirus, which contains a single species, Flavobacterium virus FLiP. This virus was isolated in 2010, with its gram-negative host bacterium, from Lake Jyväsjärvi, a boreal freshwater habitat in Central Finland, and is the first described single-stranded DNA virus with an internal membrane.

 src= Genome organization of Flavobacterium phage FLiP.

The genome is circular single-stranded DNA of about 9200 nucleotides in length.

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