Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2019)
Bacteriophage as a therapeutic agent against bacterial infection
Author(s): Pooja Atpadkar, Tamboli AS
Abstract: Bacteriophages are among the most widely recognized and diverse elements in biosphere. Phage therapy have colossal job for polymicrobial against biofilm contaminations alongside assortment of microorganisms. Microbes have a sort of insusceptible framework that decimates the genetic material of some infiltrating phages can overcome this invulnerable framework. The adequacy of phages should be tried in a lab preceding use in the treatment. Phage treatment is considerably more explicit than anti-infection agents. They are normally innocuous not exclusively to the host life form yet in addition to other valuable microbes, for example, the gut vegetation decreasing the odds of crafty diseases. Phages are as of now being utilized restoratively to treat bacterial diseases.
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