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Catalog of bacteriophages.

American Type Culture Collection.

Catalog of bacteriophages.

by American Type Culture Collection.

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacteriophages.

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    Other titlesBacteriophages.
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    LC ClassificationsQR342 .A5
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    Pagination[7] l.
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      Substantial efforts have been made to link the gut bacterial community to many complex human diseases. Nevertheless, the gut phages are often neglected. In this study, we used multiple bioinformatic methods to catalog gut phages from whole-community metagenomic sequencing data of fecal samples collected from both type II diabetes (T2D) patients (n = 71) Cited by: Bacteriophages were formally discovered in the mid to late teens of the 20 th century, with the first publication coming out in and then a second in They were early on speculated to be viral, but their dominant property was an ability to macroscopically "eat" bacterial cultures, specifically by reducing the cloudiness (turbidity.

    The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Biodiversity Heritage Library About Help FAQ BHL Store. Full-text Catalog advanced search. Download Contents. View Metadata If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book. Bacteriophages are regarded as feasible treatment option for control of resistant P. aeruginosa. The aim of the current study was isolate and characterized a .

    Bacteriophages ALLAN M. CAMPBELL INTRODUCTION Bacteriophages (phages) are viruses that infect bacterial hosts. Those that grow on Escherichia coli have a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and lifestyles. They range from phages with small single-stranded genomes. Bacteriophages, just like other viruses, must infect a host cell in order to reproduce. The steps that make up the infection process are collectively called the lifecycle of the phage. Some phages can only reproduce via a lytic lifecycle, in which they burst and kill their host cells.


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This authoritative, timely, and comprehensively referenced compendium on the bacteriophages explores current views of how viruses infect bacteria. In combination with classical phage molecular genetics, new structural, genomic, and single-molecule technologies have rendered an explosion in our knowledge of phages.5/5(1).

Bacteriophage (phage) are obligate intracellular parasites that multiply inside bacteria by making use of some or all of the host biosynthetic machinery (i.e., viruses that infect bacteria.). There are many similarities between bacteriophages and animal cell viruses.

Thus, bacteriophage can be viewed as model systems for animal cell viruses. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Bacteriophages by David R. Harper, Stephen T. Abedon, Benjamin H. Burrowes, Malcolm L. McConville,Springer edition, hardcover.

Bacteriophages: methods and protocols. volume 4 Bacteriophages 4 Series Methods in molecular biology, ; volume Springer protocols ISBN (eBook) (eBook) (print).

This book describes the fundamental biology and applications of the bacteriophages, viruses that infect bacteria. It provides a current guide to each major phage family, highlights interesting topics, and provides a description of the kinds of phages that are associated with the major classes of eubacteria and archaea.

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Thorough and cutting-edge, Bacteriophages: Methods and Protocols is a valuable reference for experienced bacteriophage researchers as well as an easily accessible introduction for newcomers to the subject. (source: Nielsen Book Data). Bacteriophages may have a lytic cycle or a lysogenic lytic phages such as the T4 phage, bacterial cells are broken open (lysed) and destroyed after immediate replication of the soon as the cell is destroyed, the phage progeny can find new hosts to infect.

Lytic phages are more suitable for phage lytic phages undergo a phenomenon. Bacteriophages have received attention as biological control agents since their discovery and recently their value as tools has been further emphasized in many different fields of microbiology.

Particularly, in drug design and development programs, phage and prophage genomics provide the field with new insights. Bacteriophages reveals information on the organisms ranging from. The contribution of bacteriophages to the development of modern biology cannot be overestimated yet, sixty years after their discovery, they are as remote and mysterious to many scientists as they are to most laymen.

This book endeavours to remedy the situation: an attempt has been made to provide, in readily comprehensible form, a nucleus of Format: Paperback, Import. About this book Introduction Ranging from the evolution of pathogenicity to oceanic carbon cycling, the many and varied roles that bacteriophages play in microbial ecology and evolution have inspired increased interest within the scientific community.

Bacteriophages by Adams, Mark Hancock, Publication date Topics Bacteriophages, Bacteriophages Full catalog record MARCXML. This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus Pages: This authoritative, timely, and comprehensively referenced compendium on the bacteriophages explores current views of how viruses infect bacteria.

In combination with classical phage molecular genetics, new structural, genomic, and single-molecule technologies have rendered an explosion in our knowledge of phages. Bacteriophages, the most abundant and genetically 5/5(2).

Bacterial viruses, or bacteriophages, are estimated to be the most widely distributed and diverse entities in the biosphere. From initial research defining the nature of viruses, to deciphering the fundamental principles of life, to the development of the science of molecular biology, phages have been 'model organisms' for probing the basic chemistry of life.

7 Facts About Bacteriophages Share Flipboard Email Print This is a T4 bacteriophage virus. The structure at top is the head, which contains DNA inside a protein coat.

Attached to this is the tail, consisting of a tube-like sheath and tail fibres (at bottom). The virus attaches itself to the host bacteria cell wall by its tail fibres; the sheath Author: Regina Bailey. Bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria) are fascinating organisms that have played and continue to play a key role in bacterial genetics and molecular biology.

Phage can confer key phenotypes on their host - for example, converting a non-pathogenic strain into a pathogen - and they play a key role in regulating bacterial populations in all sorts of environments. Bacteriophages represent an ex ample of amazing molecular machines with powerful motors energised by ATP hydrolysis and puncturing de vices allo wing to.

Kutter, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, Bacteriophages were first described and named by Félix d'Herelle in (see D'Herelle, Félix); similar phenomena had been independently reported by Frederick Twort in though with little detail, and the two are jointly given credit for the discovery of the beginning, d'Herelle was interested in the possibility of using.

Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications provides unparalleled, comprehensive information on bacteriophages and their applications, such as phage therapy. It offers techniques, media, and methodology involved in isolating and working with therapeutic phages.

Photographs, line drawings, and electron micrographs of phages are also included. The intention is to provide a definitive reference work on the technological and therapeutic applications of bacteriophages. The main areas to be covered are indicated in the subtitles. It is intended to avoid an overdependence on reciting the history of.

Application of Therapeutic Phages in Medicine, Bacteriophages, Ipek Kurtboke, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from: Sanjay Chhibber and Seema Kumari (March 14th ).Cited by: 6.1.

Author(s): Fang,Zhongda Title(s): [Lian mei jun di shi jun ti] [Streptomyces bacteriophage. Country of Publication: China Publisher: Peking, Ke hsueh chu ban she] The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.