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Table 1 Strains and phages used in this study.

From: Sequencing and Characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa phage JG004

Bacterial strain or phage Phenotype or genotype Reference
PAO1* Wild type [54]
PA14 Wild type [55]
PAO1 ΔmucA* PAO1 mucA::aacC1-gfp GmR Sabrina Thoma, this laboratory, unpublished
PAO1 ΔpilA* pilA inactivated by allelic displacement; tagged with eGFP, TcR, GmR [56]
PAO1 ΔfliM * fliM inactivated by allelic displacement; tagged with eGFP, TcR, GmR [56]
PAO1 ΔalgC algC::aacC1-gfp GmR Julia Garbe, this laboratory, unpublished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, Clinical CF isolates Gerd Döring,
PAKL4*, PACF60*, PACF61*, PACF62, PACF63*   Tübingen, Germany
Nr. 18*, 19*, 26*, 29 Urinary tract infection isolate Michael Hogardt, München, Germany
JG004 Wild type PAO1 LPS-specific lytic bacteriophage This study
  1. * = strains infected by phage JG004 in the host range and receptor studies.
  2. Abbreviations: GmR, resistant to gentamicin; TcR, resistant to tetracyclin; eGFP, enhanced green fluorescent protein; LPS, lipopolysaccharide.