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We report the genome sequences of 14 cluster K mycobacteriophages isolated using Mycobacterium smegmatis mc2155 as host. Four are closely related to subcluster K1 phages, and 10 are members of subcluster K6. The phage genomes span considerable sequence diversity, including multiple types of integrases and integration sites.

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