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Phage Encoded H-NS: A Potential Achilles Heel in the Bacterial Defence System

Phage, viruses that infect bacteria and archaea, play a fundamental role in the environment through predation and lateral gene transfer. Uncultured environmental phage have been most extensively studied in marine ecosystems where they have been demonstrated to affect oceanic biogeochemistry.

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Phage Encoded H-NS: A Potential Achilles Heel in the Bacterial Defence System

Phage, viruses that infect bacteria and archaea, play a fundamental role in the environment through predation and lateral gene transfer. Uncultured environmental phage have been most extensively studied in marine ecosystems where they have been demonstrated to affect oceanic biogeochemistry.

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Phage Encoded H-NS: A Potential Achilles Heel in the Bacterial Defence System

Phage, viruses that infect bacteria and archaea, play a fundamental role in the environment through predation and lateral gene transfer. Uncultured environmental phage have been most extensively studied in marine ecosystems where they have been demonstrated to affect oceanic biogeochemistry.

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