Inhibition of host DNA replication by virus

Some bacterial viruses shut off host DNA replication to arrest host growth. The advantage for the virus might be to have all the pool of nucleotides available for its own replication.
Bacteriophage N4 (Gp8 protein) and Staphylococcus bacteriophages for example shut off the host DNA replication by inhibiting the processivity clamp of the replicating polymerase .

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Matching UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot entries

9 entries grouped by strain (browse by keywords)

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Enterobacteria phage N4 (Bacteriophage N4) reference strain

GP8_BPN4 Gene product 8 (gp8)

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Enterobacteria phage T4 (Bacteriophage T4) reference strain

NDD_BPT4 Nucleoid disruption protein

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Staphylococcus phage Twort (strain DSM 17442 / HER 48) (Bacteriophage Twort) reference strain

GP168_BPTWO Gene product 168 (gp168)

1 entry

Enterobacteria phage K3 (Bacteriophage K3)

NDD_BPK3 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)

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Enterobacteria phage RB32 (Bacteriophage RB32)

NDD_BPR32 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)

1 entry

Enterobacteria phage RB70 (Bacteriophage RB70)

NDD_BPR70 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)

1 entry

Enterobacteria phage T2 (Bacteriophage T2)

NDD_BPT2 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)

1 entry

Enterobacteria phage T6 (Bacteriophage T6)

NDD_BPT6 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)

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Escherichia phage RB69 (Bacteriophage RB69)

NDD_BPR69 Nucleoid disruption protein (Nuclear disruption protein)