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Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications ebook
Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications ebook

Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications by Elizabeth Kutter, Alexander Sulakvelidze

Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications



Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications ebook




Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications Elizabeth Kutter, Alexander Sulakvelidze ebook
Page: 527
Publisher: CRC Press
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0849313368, 9780849313363


Dec 19, 2012 - Bacteriophages are unusual because they infect bacteria and therefore have long served as a model in molecular biology for the study of gene transfer between different organisms. Oct 10, 2008 - The clinical applications of small therapeutic RNAs including siRNA and ribozyme have been hindered by the lack of an efficient and safe delivery system that targets specific cells. Larval immunity in burying beetle N. Nov 17, 2011 - It's no accident, then, that a great deal of hope and effort is being invested in developing synthetic biology for many difficult to treat diseases such as cancers, antibiotic resistant infections or genetic disorders. This biotool could have multiple scientific applications in the field of molecular biology and biotechnology, through transient protein expression, or in the biomedical field, with applications in gene therapy, among others. Jul 16, 2013 - Temperate phages have various biological and molecular applications. Even though the discipline is in its infancy, there are A second study described by Ruder et al produced bacteriophages that, once inside an infected bacterium, turned off the mechanisms that protect it from antibiotics. The TPs of viruses (not only present in as a potential tool in biology. Apr 9, 2014 - Reduction of Salmonella Typhimurium contamination on glass by application of bacteriophages. Second Place – Adam Riley & Jordan Lowry (Mentor: Curtis Creighton). Jul 18, 2013 - However, after the discovery of penicillin and other antibiotics the research into the use of phages was abandoned in the West but its application continues in Eastern Europe, particularly in Georgia. They can be used to genetically manipulate eukaryotic cells, especially species that have large genomes like plants and mammals.

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