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State University of New York-Plattsburgh
Corresponding Faculty Member: Alyssa Gleichsner,
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The discovery and annotation of bacteriophage Lola20
Jheaneel Rose, Megan Valentine, Alyssa Gleichsner

The bacteriophage Lola20 was isolated and annotated at SUNY Plattsburgh in Plattsburgh, NY. This EE cluster phage has a lytic life cycle and a genome size of 17,388 basepairs. Here, we present the discovery, isolation, and annotation of this novel bacteriophage.