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Additional file 4: of A diversity-generating retroelement encoded by a globally ubiquitous Bacteroides phage
datasetposted on 23.10.2018 by Sean Benler, Ana Cobián-Güemes, Katelyn McNair, Shr-Hau Hung, Kyle Levi, Rob Edwards, Forest Rohwer
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Proportion of temperate and lytic viruses in the phage databases (RefSeq, PhagesDB, and DGR-containing prophage collection). Each phage life history was classified using PHACTS as ‘lytic’ or ‘temperate’ if the trees voting for that lifestyle is > 0.5. Otherwise, the phage lifestyle is listed as ‘N/A’. (XLSX 118 kb)