Lessons from bacteriophages part 2: A saga of scientific breakthroughs and prospects for their use in human health.

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chloramphenicol 1 infectiousdiseasesdrugs
cholera 2 infectiousdiseases
dysentery 2 infectiousdiseases

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chloramphenicol 3274 increase in antibiotic resistance is attributed to an increase in specific inactivators of drugs such as chloramphenicol acetyltransferase and/or an increase in the multidrug resistance transporters such as the protein MdtK
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cholera 10524 predator–prey relationship between phages and bacterial cells can be additionally exemplified by Vibrio cholera e, which carries an extrachromosomal element called phage-inducible chromosomal island-like element (PLE)
cholera 10722 element (PLE) (Fig 1). PLE prevents infection and spread of the predatory phage ICP1 into other V. cholera e populations by inducing cell lysis before progeny phages can be produced. In order to overcome this
dysentery 1128 in 1938 at the Eliava Institute of Bacteriophage in Georgia that successfully eliminated bacterial dysentery in 74% of the 219 cases by using a phage cocktail that targeted a wide range of causative agents for
dysentery 1239 in 74% of the 219 cases by using a phage cocktail that targeted a wide range of causative agents for dysentery [[4]]. Here, we present some of the major contributions of phage research to human health.Phages and

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