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GO:0098025virus tail, baseplatePMID:3911636IDA: Inferred from Direct AssayCellular ComponentImmunoelectron microscopy images displayed in Figure 1 show the pb9 protein localized in the upper part of the tail of the T5 phage. Through the use of IgG crosslinking, pb9 is proposed to be part of the adsorption device in the baseplate of the virus tail.complete
This annotation made on page: BPT5:DIT
By: Cakate1 (group Team Purple-A) on 2017-04-07 13:15:47 CDT.



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Scaruso2017-05-18 08:33:22 CDTNo notes given.Acceptable
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DanielRenfro2017-04-17 10:15:32 CDT

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Qualifier GO ID GO term name Reference Evidence Code with/from Aspect Notes Status
GO:0098025 virus tail, baseplate PMID:24155371 IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay C Immunoelectron microscopy images displayed in Figure 1 show the pb9 protein localized in the upper part of the tail of the T5 phage. Through the use of IgG crosslinking, pb9 is proposed to be part of the adsorption device in the baseplate of the virus tail. complete
CACAO 12489
on BPT5:DIT
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Public
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Ivanerill2017-04-15 18:05:09 CDTNo notes given.Requires Changes
Publication