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The loss of monospecificity of exoparasitic bacteria of the micavibrio genus






Mikrobiologiya 55(3): 487-489

The loss of monospecificity of exoparasitic bacteria of the micavibrio genus

When exoparasitic bacteria of the Micavibrio genus are kept under the laboratory conditions, they lose the property of monospecificity and acquire the ability for lysis of a wide range of gram-negative bacteria. The broader specificity of an M. admirandus strain ARL-14 was accompanied by a complete loss of specificity towards the host bacterium on which it had been isolated.


Accession: 006712160



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