Two taxonomically different bacteriophages have unintentionally been given the same name. Alteronomas phage PM2, isolated in 1968, is the type species of the family Corticoviridae , genus Corticovirus : lipid-containing, icosahedral viruses containing circular dsDNA. Aeromonas phage PM2, isolated in 1990, is a tailed virus, with contractile tail, and presumably a member of the family Myoviridae : phages with contractile tails, containing linear DNA. To avoid confusion, the name of Aeromonas phage PM2 is now changed to phage AehPM2.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 1, 1998
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