Identification of structural and morphogenesis genes of Pseudoalteromonas phage φRIO-1 and placement within the evolutionary history of Podoviridae

Stephen C. Hardies, Julie A. Thomas, Lindsay Black, Susan E Weintraub, Chung Y. Hwang, Byung C. Cho

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Abstract

The virion proteins of Pseudoalteromonas phage φRIO-1 were identified and quantitated by mass spectrometry and gel densitometry. Bioinformatic methods customized to deal with extreme divergence defined a φRIO-1 tail structure homology group of phages, which was further related to T7 tail and internal virion proteins (IVPs). Similarly, homologs of tubular tail components and internal virion proteins were identified in essentially all completely sequenced podoviruses other than those in the subfamily Picovirinae. The podoviruses were subdivided into several tail structure homology groups, in addition to the RIO-1 and T7 groups. Molecular phylogeny indicated that these groups all arose about the same ancient time as the φRIO-1/T7 split. Hence, the T7-like infection mechanism involving the IVPs was an ancestral property of most podoviruses. The IVPs were found to variably host both tail lysozyme domains and domains destined for the cytoplasm, including the N4 virion RNA polymerase embedded within an IVP-D homolog.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)116-127
Number of pages12
JournalVirology
Volume489
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 1 2016

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Podoviridae
Pseudoalteromonas
Morphogenesis
Virion
Bacteriophages
History
Genes
Proteins
Densitometry
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerases
Phylogeny
Muramidase
Computational Biology
Mass Spectrometry
Cytoplasm
Gels

Keywords

  • Bacteriophage
  • Podoviruses
  • Virion structure

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Identification of structural and morphogenesis genes of Pseudoalteromonas phage φRIO-1 and placement within the evolutionary history of Podoviridae. / Hardies, Stephen C.; Thomas, Julie A.; Black, Lindsay; Weintraub, Susan E; Hwang, Chung Y.; Cho, Byung C.

In: Virology, Vol. 489, 01.02.2016, p. 116-127.

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Hardies, Stephen C. ; Thomas, Julie A. ; Black, Lindsay ; Weintraub, Susan E ; Hwang, Chung Y. ; Cho, Byung C. / Identification of structural and morphogenesis genes of Pseudoalteromonas phage φRIO-1 and placement within the evolutionary history of Podoviridae. In: Virology. 2016 ; Vol. 489. pp. 116-127.
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