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Topic - anti-phage microflora
Posted: 23 Mar 2010 at 8:57pm By michael
Yes phage can evolve!

Artisanal cultures tend to be more phage resistant. They tend to have a very complex microbial flora and there may also be a complex phage carrying relationship called pseudolysogeny or the unstable phage carrier-state operating. However, the composition of these cultures changes on sub culturing, propagation, and there performance is somewhat unpredictable hence the development of defined strain cultures.

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