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8 thoughts on “P26 – Reddoch”
If you could change one thing you did in your lab what would it be?
Hello Mike! If I could change one thing I’d start a few weeks earlier in order to have more time to conduct further experiments.
Great job! Have you looked into how temperate phage have been used as a marker for bacteria in food production?
Thank you Alex, I did read a NCBI article on that topic and thought it was particularly interesting, and a function very relevant to the results I got.
Hi Blaze! How did you come up with your phage name?
Hi Nadine! The phage was named after the crook in its tail found in the electron micrograph image.
To what degree does the apperance/phenotype of your phage matter?
Hello Caleb! The appearance of the phage usually makes no difference in the function but tail length affects the way a phage will infiltrate and infect a bacterial cell. The appearance is primarily useful in identifying what cluster a phage belongs to.