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- Halter, MathewC.; Zahn, JamesA.
- Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology 2018 v.45 no.3 pp. 153-163
- Streptococcus thermophilus, etc ; Escherichia coli K12; assets; bacteria; bacteriophages; equipment; fermentation; fouling; genetic engineering; manufacturing; open reading frames; operon; plasmids; product quality; virulence; Germany; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Bacterial–bacteriophage interactions are a well-studied and ecologically-important aspect of microbiology. Many commercial fermentation processes are susceptible to bacteriophage infections due to the use of high-density, clonal cell populations. Lytic infections of bacterial cells in these fermentations are especially problematic due to their negative impacts on product quality, asset utilization ...
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