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Lactococcus lactis strains residing in the microbial community of a complex dairy starter culture named 'Ur' are hosts to prophages belonging to the family Siphoviridae. L. lactis strains (TIFN1 to TIFN7) showed detectable spontaneous phage production and release (109-1010 phage particles/mL) and up to 10-fold increases upon prophage induction, while in both cases we observed no obvious cell lysis, typically described for the lytic life cycle of Siphoviridae phages. Intrigued by thisdoi:10.1101/2021.07.21.453303 fatcat:msct5megljbepkxkmjn6dkjbuy