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bacteriophage, its rôle in immunity

authorized translation by George H. Smith.

by Felix d" Herelle

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Published by Williams & Wilkins in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacteriophages.,
  • Immunity

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR185 B4 H413
    The Physical Object
    Pagination287p.
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13995503M

    Abstract. Laboratory characterization of bacteriophage growth traditionally is done either in broth cultures or in semisolid agar media. These two environments may be distinguished in terms of their spatial structure, i.e., the degree to which they limit diffusion, motility, and environmental by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. The bacteriophage, its rôle in immunity; authorized translation by George H. Smith. View Metadata Infection and immunity: a text-book of immunology and serology for students.

      A short DNA sequence of the phage is integrated into the CRISPR loci and produces sequence-specific immunity against the invading bacteriophage (Hyman and Abedon, ; Labrie et al., ). Here, we focus on bacterial innate and adaptive immune systems and phage counter-strategies against the CRISPR-cas by: The Indian Medical Gazette [01 Sep , 58(9)] Type: book-review, Book Review. Interactions between Bacteriophage, Bacteria, and the Mammalian Immune System Jonas D. V an Belleghem 1, 2, *, Krystyna D ˛ abrowska 3, Mario V aneechoutte 1, Jeremy J. Barr 4.

    Bacteriophage function in regulation of bacterial populations are well studied, but within the mucosal environments that bacteriophage inhabit, they play a larger role influencing the function of the eukaryotic host through activation of the immune system [79,90,91]. Cells of the innate immune system reside within the mucosal tissues and are Author: Amanda Carroll-Portillo, Henry C. Lin. The integrated phage DNA, called a prophage, is not active: its genes aren't expressed, and it doesn't drive production of new r, each time a host cell divides, the prophage is copied along with the host DNA, getting a free ride. Showing all editions for 'Le bacteriophage: son role dans l'immunite' Sort by: Format; All Formats (30) Book (8) Print book (20) Print book: English. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company 3. The bacteriophage, its rôle in immunity: authorized translation by George H. Smith.


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Bacteriophage, its rôle in immunity by Felix d" Herelle Download PDF EPUB FB2

SyntaxTextGen not activated1. Introduction. The notion that bacteriophages had a role pdf play in the history of immunology is by no pdf a new idea, for theories linking the two subjects date back to phage discovery itself, as evidenced by the title of the first monograph ever published on the subject—Le Bactériophage: son rôle dans l’immunité (D’Herelle, )—to which this paper pays homage in its by:   Bacteriophage(s) and phage(s).

The noun is variable. The singular denotes an individual virus particle, a phage species, or a phage strain. The plural designates a population of phage particles, several phage species or strains, and the sum of all bacterial viruses: two .CRISPR/Cas systems are bacterial adaptive immune systems that ebook sequence-specific protection from invading nucleic acids, including from bacteriophages; in a notable reverse a vibriophage Cited by: