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- short for bacteriophage
- ‘Bacterial viruses are called phages, and phage therapy, while about a century old, is making a bit of a comeback, perhaps as a substitute for antibiotics.’
- ‘Unbound phages were separated from phages bound to antibodies in normal plasma by centrifugation.’
- ‘Research shows phages may help reduce Salmonella contamination on fresh-cut fruits’
- ‘The strain of staphylococci are recognized by natural virus parasites called phages.’
- ‘Bacteriophages, or phages, infect bacteria in order to reproduce inside.’
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