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Phage therapy is the use of bacteriophages--viruses that use bacteria as their host cells--as biocontrol agents of bacteria. Currently, phage therapy is garnering renewed interest as bacterial… (More)
Host range describes the breadth of organisms a parasite is capable of infecting, with limits on host range stemming from parasite, host, or environmental characteristics. Parasites can adapt to… (More)
PURPOSE Thalidomide and its more potent immunomodulatory derivative lenalidomide enhance rituximab-mediated antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity. We therefore evaluated lenalidomide and… (More)
For obligately lytic bacteriophage (phage) a trade-off exists between fecundity (burst size) and latent period (a component of generation time). This trade-off occurs because release of phage progeny… (More)
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Bacteriophage growth may be differentiated into sequential steps: (i) phage collision with an adsorption-susceptible bacterium, (ii) virion attachment, (iii) virion nucleic acid uptake, (iv) an… (More)
UNLABELLED The aim of this article is to heighten clinician awareness by describing 2 patients with signs and symptoms of a possible autistic disorder. Autistic spectrum disorders are… (More)
The possibility of a new $200-billion-plus industry has cloud security experts bracing for the ramifications.
Oral aversion is a frequent diagnosis in the pediatric population. For a minority of children, feeding challenges rise to the level of requiring clinical evaluation and intervention. Determining the… (More)
Bacteriophage T4 tail fibers have a quaternary structure of bent rigid rods, 3 x 160 nm in size. The four proteins which make up these organelles are able to self-assemble in an essentially… (More)