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1. Glassberg, J.S., Franck, M., and Stewart, C.R.. 1977. Initiation and termination mutants of Bacillus subtilis phage SP01, J. Virol. 21: 149.

2. Cregg, J.M., and Stewart, C.R. 1978. Terminal redundancy of "high frequency of recombination" markers of Bacillus subtilis phage SP01, Virology 86: 530. PMID: 96587

3. Curran, J.F., and Stewart, C.R. 1985. Cloning and mapping of the SP01 genome, Virology 142: 78-97. PMID: 2997983

4. Curran, J.F., and C.R. Stewart. 1985. Transcription of Bacillis subtilis plasmid pBD64 and expression of bacteriophage SP01 genes cloned therein. Virology 142: 98-111. PMID:2414903

5. Stewart, C.R. 1993. SP01 and related bacteriophages. pp. 813-829 in A. L. Sonenshein, J. A. Hoch, and R. Losick (eds.), Bacillus subtilis and Other Gram-Positive Bacteria: Biochemistry, Physiology, and Molecular Genetics. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D. C.

6. Wei, P., and C.R. Stewart. 1993. A cytotoxic early gene of Bacillus subtilis bacteriophage SP01. J. Bacteriol. 175: 7887-7900. PMID: 8253678.

7. Wei, P., and C.R. Stewart. 1995. Genes that protect against the host-killing activity of the E3 protein of B. subtilis bacteriophage SP01. J. Bacteriol. 177: 2933-2937. PMID: 7751311.

8. Stewart, C.R., I. Gaslightwala, K. Hinata, K. A. Krolikowski, D. S. Needleman, A. S-Y. Peng, et al. 1998. Genes and regulatory sites of the "host-takeover module" in the terminal redundancy of Bacillus subtilis bacteriophage SP01. Virology 246: 329-340. PMID: 94421168.

9. Stewart, C.R. 1999. Bacteriophage SPO1. in Encyclopedia of Virology, 2nd Edition (Webster, R.G., and Granoff, A., eds.). 1681-1685.

10. Stewart, C.R. 2002. SPO1-like viruses. Springer Index of Viruses. 565-570.

11. Sampath, A., and C. R. Stewart. 2004. Roles of genes 44, 50, and 51 in regulating gene expression and host-takeover during infection of Bacillus subtilis by bacteriophage SP01. J. Bacteriol. 186:1785-1792. PMID: 14996809.

12. Laughlin, L.J., and Stewart, C.R. 2004. Role of genes 37 to 40 in host-takeover during SPO1 infection of Bacillus subtilis. Abstracts of the 104th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans. 392.

13. Hendrix, R., C.R. Stewart, G. Hatfull, W.M. Huang, and S. Casjens. 2005. The genome of bacteriophage SPO1. Manuscript in preparation. Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute web site. http://pbi.bio.pitt.edu/

14. Stewart, C.R., Casjens, S.R., Cresawn, S.G., Houtz, J.M., Smith, A.L., Ford, M.E., Peebles, C.L., Hatfull, G.F., Hendrix, R.W., Huang, W.M., Pedulla, M.I. 2009. The genome of Bacillus subtilis bacteriophage SPO1. J. Mol. Biol., 388: 48-70. PMID: 19285085.

15. Stewart, C.R., Yip, T.K., Myles, B., Laughlin, L. 2009. Roles of genes 38, 39, and 40 in shutoff of host biosyntheses during infection of Bacillus subtilis by bacteriophage SPO1. Virology, 392 : 271-274. PMID 19665746

16. Stewart, C.R. et al. SPO1-like Viruses. 2011. The Springer Index of Viruses, 2nd edition , In Press