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The significance of the presence of organic mercury compounds for the survival of bacteriophages in liquid pharmaceutical preparations

The significance of the presence of organic mercury compounds for the survival of bacteriophages in liquid pharmaceutical preparations

Deltion Ellenikes Mikrobiologikes Etaireias 37(1): 84-89

The authors studied the survival of bacteriophage 1 of S. typhimurium Phage Typing Scheme in the presence of organic mercury compounds at 20.degree.C and 4.degree.C. It was found that in densities usually used by the pharmaceutical industry, aquatic solutions of these compounds did not affect the survival of this phage.

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