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Список выпусков > Серия «Биология. Экология» №3, 2012

Бактериофаги и их функционирование в биоплёнках

Автор(ы)
В. В. Дрюккер, А. С. Горшкова

Аннотация

В настоящее время чрезвычайно актуальными и малоизученными направлениями в биологической науке являются исследования бактериофагов (вирусов бактерий), а также природных и искусственных биоплёнок, образующихся повсеместно на различных субстратах, в организме человека и животных. В статье приводится современный обзор литературы по взаимодействию бактериофагов с биоплёнками различного происхождения.

Ключевые слова
классификация бактериофагов, структура биоплёнок, внедрение и функционирование фагов в биоплёнках, фаги против биоплёнок, методы изучения биоплёнок

УДК
578.81

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