Fighting foam with phages?

@article{Thomas2002FightingFW,
  title={Fighting foam with phages?},
  author={Julie. A. Thomas and Jacques Soddell and D İpek Kurtb{\"o}ke},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={46 1-2},
  pages={511-8}
}
Seventeen (17) phages infective for the mycolata were isolated from six samples of activated sludge using 21 prospective hosts from the genera Dietzia, Gordonia, Nocardia, Rhodococcus, Tsukamurella and Mycobacterium. Their morphology indicated that they were all members of the viral family Siphoviridae, but they varied in the size of the icosahedral head and length of non-contractile tail, suggesting they were different. This was confirmed by host-range studies with 47 strains of mycolata… CONTINUE READING

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Seventeen ( 17 ) phages infective for the mycolata were isolated from six samples of activated sludge using 21 prospective hosts from the genera Dietzia , Gordonia , Nocardia , Rhodococcus , Tsukamurella and Mycobacterium .
This was confirmed by host - range studies with 47 strains of mycolata , which showed that each phage had a unique host - range , and this was polyvalent in the majority ( 15/17 ) of cases , with 12 phages infective for hosts representing two or three of the genera Gordonia , Nocardia and Rhodococcus .
Seventeen ( 17 ) phages infective for the mycolata were isolated from six samples of activated sludge using 21 prospective hosts from the genera Dietzia , Gordonia , Nocardia , Rhodococcus , Tsukamurella and Mycobacterium .
This was confirmed by host - range studies with 47 strains of mycolata , which showed that each phage had a unique host - range , and this was polyvalent in the majority ( 15/17 ) of cases , with 12 phages infective for hosts representing two or three of the genera Gordonia , Nocardia and Rhodococcus .
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