bacteriophage therapy


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bacteriophage therapy

A form of treatment, still considered experimental and unproved in the West, in which cultures of bacteriophage viruses (‘bacteria eaters’) are applied to wounds infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria. An Institute of bacteriophage therapy, the Phage Therapy Centre exists in Georgia, Russia.

bacteriophage therapy

see PHAGE THERAPY.