The Protein Interactome of Mycobacteriophage Giles Predicts Functions for Unknown Proteins

  • Jitender Mehla, Rebekah M. Dedrick, J. Harry Caufield, Rachel Siefring, Megan Mair, Allison Johnson, Graham F. Hatfull, Peter Uetz
  • Journal of Bacteriology, May 2015, ASM Journals
  • DOI: 10.1128/jb.00164-15

Protein-protein interactions in mycobacteriophage Giles predicts Functions for Unknown Proteins

What is it about?

Mycobacteriophage Giles is a virus that infects and kills tuberculosis bacteria and is thus a potential source for proteins (or derivatives) that can help to treat TB. Knowing what its proteins are doing helps to understand phage biology and thus to make use of it in phage therapy.

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