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Sketch of a bacteriophage with eyes and mouth

1st June 2019

Through the image for June in our 2019 calendar we would like to present you the most abundant creature in the world, which is not alive, nor even dead but is responsible for billions of (bacterial) deaths across millennia – the bacteriophage.



Adams PD, Afonine PV, Baskaran K, Berman HM, Berrisford J, Bricogne G, Brown DG, Burley SK, Chen M, Feng Z, Flensburg C, Gutmanas A, Hoch JC, Ikegawa Y, Kengaku Y, Krissinel E, Kurisu G, Liang Y, Liebschner D, Mak L, Markley JL, Moriarty NW, Murshudov GN, Noble M, Peisach E, Persikova I, Poon BK, Sobolev OV, Ulrich EL, Velankar S, Vonrhein C, Westbrook J, Wojdyr M, Yokochi M, Young JY.
Acta crystallographica. Section D, Structural biology Volume 75 (2019) p.451-454

Mukhopadhyay A, Borkakoti N, Pravda L, Tyzack JD, Thornton JM, Velankar S.
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) (2019)

Dana JM, Gutmanas A, Tyagi N, Qi G, O'Donovan C, Martin M, Velankar S.
Nucleic acids research Volume 47 (2019) p.D482-D489

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