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Induction of Shiga Toxin-Converting Prophage in Escherichia coli by High Hydrostatic Pressure
- A. Aertsen, D. Faster, C. Michiels
- Medicine, Biology
- Applied and Environmental Microbiology
- 1 March 2005
ABSTRACT Since high hydrostatic pressure is becoming increasingly important in modern food preservation, its potential effects on microorganisms need to be thoroughly investigated. In this context,… Expand
Lysogenic Conversion and Phage Resistance Development in Phage Exposed Escherichia coli Biofilms
In this study, three-day old mature biofilms of Escherichia coli were exposed once to either a temperate Shiga-toxin encoding phage (H-19B) or an obligatory lytic phage (T7), after which further… Expand
High pressure mediated lysogenic conversion of Escherichia coli with Shiga-toxin encoding bacteriophage.