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Peter Fineran Jul 21
Fineran Lab 🔬 mid-winter pot-luck dinner and paper celebration.
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LabontéViralEcologyLab Oct 31
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Anushila Chatterjee Oct 29
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Franklin Nobrega Apr 16
It's official! If you have you want to see used in medical treatments, reach out to us at fagenbank@tudelft.nl. We are open for business!!
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Frank Santoriello Oct 4
Day 4: Spell. fact: Despite the apparent abilities of different bacteria to perform amazing feats of adaptation, scientist are now finding that it is often pulling the strings.
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Julie Callanan Jan 14
Do bacteriophage guests protect human health? Love reading these sort of articles, there's so much we still need to explore in the world of ...
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Brittany Leigh Jul 9
When your birthday balloons are ! 😍😍 my lab knows me so well.
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Ezra Herman Mar 30
What infect your favourite ? I’m amazed by the MVP database, listing >25k phage-host interactions in a neat interface. Hoping to use its data soon myself. Check it out!
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Ahlam Alsaadi Jul 20
Replying to @AhlamAlsaadi88
Hi, How’s your weekend going! 🌳 Here is a bit of my Saturday 👩🏻‍🔬🧬 Working with and genes 🧬 all day ✍🏼 Every day at work I learn something pretty about how we can know more about and on on on .. I love what I am exploring in my a lot
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Anushila Chatterjee Dec 31
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PhagePro Jun 3
We're hiring! If you're a scientist who is passionate about for global health, please visit us at for the job description. Please send your materials to info@phageproinc.com. We look forward to getting to know you!
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Alexander Belcredi Nov 25
On Friday turned 1. 🎂🎂 To celebrate we've released a video showing our killing drug-resistant ! !
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Caryn Heldt Jul 18
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Bertsy Goic Oct 31
were discovered by Twort in 1915 and since then, their antimicrobial and therapeutic potential was recognized, but their initial success was displaced by . The increasing incidence of drug-resistant bacteria have revived the interest in them.
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Mic Robio 5 Jul 18
Model are extensively studied species, in the characterization of their genes and genetic material, morphology and their relationship with their host as in this case the Escherichia coli 😎🔬 They're important in and studies 💜
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Geof Hannigan Jan 6
First blog post of 2019 is up and ready to be read! Summary and thoughts on the recent bacteriophage chemical defense paper, which was pretty interesting. Check it out! :)
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Amy Proal Jun 25
This review contains a wealth of information that describes 👉 the unique capacity of to bypass anatomical + psysiological barriers in their mammalian hosts☝️including the BBB, the gut mucosal barrier + the lung endothelium:
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Michael Taveirne, PhD Mar 26
Game 6 of showcases two . The newbie virophage Sputnik (with its helper virus Mamavirus) takes on the historical powerhouse Bacteriophage T2, used in the pioneering Hershey/Chase Experiments v
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Elisabeth Bik 8 Mar 18
Bacteria-hunting virus fished from Connecticut lake treats infected doctor
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Raphaël Laurenceau Mar 30
I will never get tired of looking at by electron microscopy 😍 Here is a siphovirus infecting
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