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Bacteriophage one step growth curve

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Introduction: Bacteriophages are viruses which are known to infect and replicate only within bacterial cells, they are also ubiquitous in the environment as well as recognised as the most abundant biological agent on earth (Kasman and Whitten, 2018). Phages are also considered as natural weapons against pathogenic bacteria (Pirnay et?al., 2011). Much like all viruses, bacteriophages are very species-specific regarding the host bacteria or may even only infect one specific strain within a species. (Kasman and Whitten, 2018).
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