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Differences in the production of temperate bacteriophages in lysogenic strains of Salmonella enteritidis and Citrobacter






Ceskoslovenska Epidemiologie, Mikrobiologie, Imunologie 34(3): 159-162

Differences in the production of temperate bacteriophages in lysogenic strains of Salmonella enteritidis and Citrobacter

Differences in the qualities of prophages in lysogenic strains of 2 bacterial species, pathogenic S. enteritidis and conditionally pathogenic Citrobacter were revealed. In lysogenic strains of S. enteritidis phage DNA was replicated. This was shown by the presence of mature phages in the medium. Under the same experimental conditions, it was not possible to isolate temperate phages in lysogenic strains of Citrobacter. The relationship of prophages of different qualities to microbial pathogeneity is discussed.


Accession: 005151493

PMID: 3160495



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