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Bacteriophages are small, virus-like organisms that infect bacteria. They are comprised of a protein capsule around an RNA or DNA genome.
Texas A&M AgriLife receives grant to support research on bacteriophage therapy

Texas A&M AgriLife receives grant to support research on bacteriophage therapy

NIAID awards $2.5 million in grants to support research on bacteriophage therapy

NIAID awards $2.5 million in grants to support research on bacteriophage therapy

Coronavirus-like nanoparticles could serve as a positive control for COVID-19 tests

Coronavirus-like nanoparticles could serve as a positive control for COVID-19 tests

'Phage therapy' helps treat mice infected with multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae

'Phage therapy' helps treat mice infected with multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae

Disinfectants could be helping bacteria to become resistant

Disinfectants could be helping bacteria to become resistant

Researchers use SARS-CoV-2 to bioengineer universal vaccine platform

Researchers use SARS-CoV-2 to bioengineer universal vaccine platform

Researchers find new method for safe and effective delivery of medicines to the lungs

Researchers find new method for safe and effective delivery of medicines to the lungs

New, improved probes could make it easier to validate rapid COVID-19 diagnostic tests

New, improved probes could make it easier to validate rapid COVID-19 diagnostic tests

Sex steroids may play a protective role in COVID-19, shows study

Sex steroids may play a protective role in COVID-19, shows study

SARS-CoV-2 deactivation on surfaces in 30 seconds with a copper paste

SARS-CoV-2 deactivation on surfaces in 30 seconds with a copper paste

Daylight exposure can disinfect a special type of cotton face mask

Daylight exposure can disinfect a special type of cotton face mask

Biomimetic virus-like particles for safer positive controls in SARS-CoV-2 detection

Biomimetic virus-like particles for safer positive controls in SARS-CoV-2 detection

New DNA-cutting tool could advance gene editing for novel treatments

New DNA-cutting tool could advance gene editing for novel treatments

Rapid development of functionally diverse SARS-COV-2 mouse monoclonal antibodies

Rapid development of functionally diverse SARS-COV-2 mouse monoclonal antibodies

Study identifies potential drug target for dangerous E. coli infections

Study identifies potential drug target for dangerous E. coli infections

Standardized guidelines for phage therapy can speed up lifesaving treatment

Standardized guidelines for phage therapy can speed up lifesaving treatment

Researchers show usefulness of potential 'phage cocktail' therapy on wound infections

Researchers show usefulness of potential 'phage cocktail' therapy on wound infections

Study finds synthetic neutralizing/enhancing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2

Study finds synthetic neutralizing/enhancing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2

Researchers demonstrate the production of viral parts within artificial cells

Researchers demonstrate the production of viral parts within artificial cells

Exploring how bacteria and viruses coexist inside the human gut

Exploring how bacteria and viruses coexist inside the human gut