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Table 1 Strains and phages used in this study.

From: Characterization of JG024, a pseudomonas aeruginosa PB1-like broad host range phage under simulated infection conditions

Bacterial strain or phage Phenotype or genotype Reference
PAO1 wild type [48]
PA14 wild type [49]
FRD1 mucoid CF isolate [34]
PAO1 ΔmucA PAO1 mucA::aacC1-gfp GmR Sabrina Thoma, this laboratory, unpublished
PAO1 ΔpilA pilA inactivated by allelic displacement; tagged with eGFP, TcR, GmR [50]
PAO1 ΔfliM fliM inactivated by allelic displacement; tagged with eGFP, TcR, GmR [50]
PAO1 ΔalgC PAO1 algC ::aacC1-gfp GmR Julia Garbe, this laboratory, unpublished
BT2, BT72, BT73, RN3, RN43, RN45, NN84 clinical CF isolates Medical Highschool Hannover, Germany
PACF15, PACF21, PAKL1, PAKL4, PACF60, PACF61, PACF62, PACF63 clinical CF isolate Gerd Döring, Tübingen, Germany
Nr. 18, 19, 26, 29 urinary tract infection isolate Michael Hogardt, München, Germany
Environmental strains   Katherina Selezska, HZI Braunschweig, Germany
JG024 wild type PAO1 LPS specific lytic bacteriophage this study