Use of Wide-Host-Range Bacteriophages to Reduce Salmonella on Poultry Products

  title={Use of Wide-Host-Range Bacteriophages to Reduce Salmonella on Poultry Products},
  author={Lisa R. Bielke and Stacy E Higgins and A Michael Donoghue and Dan J. Donoghue and Billy Hargis and Guillermo T{\'e}llez},
Bacteriophages used to treat infections are typically amplified in a pathogenic host. However, this practice introduces the risk of administering any remaining bacteriophage-resistant pathogen during bacteriophage application if separation techniques are less than perfect. In this study, bacteriophage isolates capable of replicating in both Salmonella and Klebsiella oxytoca were identified and applied to poultry carcasses. These Wide-Host-Range bacteriophages (WHR) were amplified using the… CONTINUE READING
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