Site specific recombination system of lactococcal phage TP901-1

  • Hammer, Karin (Project Manager)
  • Brøndsted, Lone (Project Participant)
  • Bredahl, Lotte (Project Participant)
  • Daly, Charles (Project Participant)
  • Heller, Knut (Project Participant)
  • Ehrlich, Dusko S. (Project Participant)
  • de Vos, Willem M. (Project Participant)
  • Lillehaug, Dag (Project Participant)
  • Nes, Ingolf F. (Project Participant)
  • Morelli, Lorenzo (Project Participant)
  • Gasson, Michael (Project Participant)
  • Venema, Gerard (Project Participant)
  • Konings, Wil (Project Participant)
  • Heinrich, B. (Project Participant)
  • Ritzenthaler, Paul (Project Participant)
  • Alatossava, Tapani (Project Participant)
  • Rufino, Jiminez-Diaz (Project Participant)
  • Fernández, Garrido (Project Participant)
  • Hernández, Pablo E. (Project Participant)
  • Vogel, Rudi F. (Project Participant)
  • Schleifer, Karl Heinz (Project Participant)
  • Back, Werner (Project Participant)
  • Vuyst, Luc de (Project Participant)
  • Warner, Philip (Project Participant)
  • Kersters, Karel (Project Participant)
  • van der Aar, P.C. (Project Participant)
  • Van Broekhoven, Annie (Project Participant)
  • Le Page, Richard W.F. (Project Participant)
  • Person, Unknown (Project Participant)
  • Mercenier, Annick (Project Participant)
  • Pouwels, P. (Project Participant)
  • Brink, Ten (Project Participant)
  • Pozzi, Gianni (Project Participant)
  • Delcour, Jean (Project Participant)
  • Marteau, Philippe (Project Participant)
  • Conway, Patricia (Project Participant)
  • Hammes, Walter P. (Project Participant)
  • Suarez, Juan E. (Project Participant)

    Project Details

    Description

    TP901-1 is a temperate bacteriophage using Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris 3107 as host. During infection the phage genome can integrate site-specifically into the bacterial chromosome by recombination between the attachment sites attB and attP located on the bacterial and the phage genomes, respectively. In this project the phage encoded elements involved in integration are analysed. The detailed knowledge of the molecular components of the integration-excision system from the temperate bacteriophage TP901-1 shall encourage an integrated vision of the phage-host interactions in these processes and the physiological control exerted.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/01/199531/12/1996

    Collaborative partners

    • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
    • INRAE (Project partner)
    • Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Project partner)
    • Cranfield University (Project partner)
    • Agricultural and Food Research Council (Project partner)
    • University of Groningen (Project partner)
    • Bundesanstalt für Milchforschung (Project partner)
    • Technical University of Munich (Project partner)
    • Agricultural University of Norway (Project partner)
    • TU Kaiserslautern (Project partner)
    • University of New South Wales (Project partner)
    • Université catholique de Louvain (Project partner)
    • Universiteit Gent (Project partner)
    • Innogenetics N.V. (Project partner)
    • Association de Exportadores de Aceitunas de Mesa (Project partner)
    • CNRS (Project partner)
    • CSIC (Project partner)
    • University of Siena (Project partner)
    • Complutense University (Project partner)
    • NIZO food research (Project partner)
    • Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Project partner)
    • University of Oulu (Project partner)
    • Heineken Technical Services B.V. (Project partner)
    • Università degli Studi di Siena (Project partner)
    • Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (Project partner)
    • University of Hohenheim (Project partner)
    • University College Cork (Project partner)
    • University of Cambridge (Project partner)
    • Institut Pasteur (Project partner)
    • National Institute for Agronomic Research (Project partner)

    Funding

    • Unknown

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