lytic phage

lytic phage

[′lid·ik ′fāj]
(virology)
Any phage that causes host cells to lyse.
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The presence of lytic phage in the filtrate was examined by using the overlayer method as described later.
Endolysins are enzymes produced at the end of the lytic phage lifecycle: they accumulate in the cytoplasm of the host bacterium until they translocate through holes formed by holins in the plasma membrane.
Tseng, "Wide host range and strong lytic activity of Staphylococcus aureus lytic phage Stau2," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
However, from our study, lytic phage against Gram-positive bacteria including Staphylococcus spp.
In our effort to isolate novel staphylococcal phages, 30 sewage samples were screened and finally a lytic phage against S.
In this study, we have isolated lytic phage named SRG1 specific for clinical isolate of vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis (VREF) from sewage water [17].
Isolation and characterization of a T7-like lytic phage for Pseudomonas fluorescens.
isolation and partial cherecterization of lytic phage against Salmonalla Abortusequi.
Phage PSAE-1 was reoprted to be first lytic phage against Salmonella Abortusequi in India (3) was revived, purified and produced in bulk.
Phage product launch in pipeline such as AP-SA01 (cocktail of three natural (unmodified) lytic phages developed for the treatment of S.
GASTROINTESTINAL PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 162, 164 (2017), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ pmc/articles/PMC5547374 [https://perma.ee/AAZ4-KAWB] ("Bacteria have evolved numerous mechanisms to resist infection by lytic phages, and phages have an equally impressive diversity of mechanisms for breaking this resistance.").