Virulence Virulent Bacteriophage
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- Quantitative analysis of a virulent bacteriophage transcription strategy
- virulent phages related to T7 phage, and the temperate phages related to phage λ (Yuzenkova et al. 2003, Semenova et al. 2005).
- Evidence for a lineage of virulent bacteriophages that target
- Evidence for a lineage of virulent bacteriophages that target Campylobacter.
- A virulent bacteriophage of Lactococcus garvieae (formerly
- A virulent bacteriophage, designated PLgY, was detected from cultures of Lactococcus garvieae (formerly.
- Characterization of a Virulent Bacteriophage for Bacillus subtilis (var
- bacteriophages capable of virulent infection of. Bacillus subtilis (var. amyloliquefaciens) strain.
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- Virulent phages. Virulent bacteriophages start their life cycle when they adsorb to a permissive host.
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