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Bacteriophage Beauty Products: The Future of Skin Care?

AMR, BEAUTY, PHAGE THERAPY

With the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and skin sensitivities, it’s time for a new approach to beauty. Bacteriophage products may...
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Bacteriophages isolation and purification

BACTERIOPHAGES, PROTOCOL

Bacteriophages, commonly known as phages, are viruses that infect bacteria. The double agar method is used to isolate and purify phages...
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Mycophages: Are they ideal antifungal agents?

GENETICS, MYCOPHAGES, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY, PHAGE THERAPY • 8 Comments

The rise of fungal pathogens has become a major health concern in recent years, affecting millions of people globally. According to a...
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Phage Hunting: OnePetri Transforms Workflow with AI Tech

BACTERIOPHAGES, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY • 6 Comments

The application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of phage science is revolutionizing the way tasks are performed. AI utilizes...
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How is a phage cocktail prepared?

AMR, PHAGE RESISTANCE, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY, PREPARATION

Phage cocktails are an innovative solution for treating bacterial infections. They are a mixture of two or more purified bacteriophages,...
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Sterilization by filtration method

Techniques • One Comment

In microbiology, it is imperative to have sterile solutions in order to prevent contamination in experiments and ensure the validity of...
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Preparation of SM Buffer with gelatin (lambda diluent)

PREPARATION • One Comment

  SM buffer with gelatin is a commonly used buffer solution for various cellular and biochemical applications. It is a versatile...
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Counting phages: Serial dilution technique

PROTOCOL • One Comment

Bacteriophage serial dilution is a reliable and widely used laboratory technique that enables scientists to accurately determine the...
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Techniques to evaluate bacteriophage killing

PROTOCOL

Bacteriophages are viruses that are particularly reliant on their bacterial hosts’ metabolic activity to copy their genetic material...
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Bacteriophage Visualization Under Microscope: Understanding the Types, Techniques, and Importance

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Bacteriophage research has seen a resurgence in recent years due to its potential for treating antibiotic-resistant bacteria. One of the...
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Research: Antibiotics Can Alter the Infectivity of Bacteriophages

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Antibiotics are drugs that help fight bacterial infections. Recently, scientists have discovered that these drugs can also affect the way...
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Phage Therapy: A Personalized Approach to Treating Bacterial Infections

PHAGE THERAPY • 3 Comments

The idea of using viruses to combat bacterial infections has gained widespread recognition due to the significant clinical and veterinary...
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Phage Hunting: OnePetri Transforms Workflow with AI Tech

BACTERIOPHAGES, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY • 6 Comments

The application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of phage science is revolutionizing the way tasks are performed. AI utilizes programming technology to mimic human thought and behavior by...
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How is a phage cocktail prepared?

AMR, PHAGE RESISTANCE, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY, PREPARATION

Phage cocktails are an innovative solution for treating bacterial infections. They are a mixture of...
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Phage typing for bacterial strain detection and identification

PHAGE TECHNOLOGY

What is phage typing? Phage typing is a quick, accurate, and low-cost phenotypic method that uses...
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Phagemids: Phage plasmid hybrid vector

PHAGE TECHNOLOGY, PHAGEMIDS

Due to its development as a hybrid of filamentous phage and plasmids, a phagemid is a cloning...
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Phage mediated therapy for cancer

Drug delivery, INNOVATION, PHAGE TECHNOLOGY • 3 Comments

Bacteriophages are viruses that have high specificity for their hosts. Given the fact that their...
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The potential use of Bacteriophage Lysins In the Medical field

AMR, Bacteriophage Lysin, RESEARCH • 2 Comments

Structure of gram-negative bacteriophage lysin. credit Fischetti (2019)  Phage lysins are...
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