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NOUN   bacteriophage | bacteriophages
SYNO bacteriophage | phage
bakteriofág {noun}
baktériumfaló {noun}
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Translation for 'bacteriophage' from English to Hungarian

bakteriofág {noun}biol.

baktériumfaló {noun}biol.
Usage Examples English
  • In molecular biology, Bacteriophage T4 beta-glucosyltransferase refers to a protein domain found in a virus of "Escherichia coli" named bacteriophage T4.
  • Bacteriophage T4 mutants defective in any one of six genes known to be required for genetic recombination were found to be more sensitive to inactivation by EMS than wild type bacteriophage.
  • "Fiersviridae" contains 185 genera. Two notable genera are "Emesvirus", which contains bacteriophage MS2, and "Qubevirus", which contains bacteriophage Qbeta.
  • Filamentous bacteriophage engineered to display immunogenic peptides are useful in immunology and wider biological applications.
  • The gene product 31 (gp31) of bacteriophage T4 is a protein required for bacteriophage morphogenesis that acts catalytically rather than being incorporated into the bacteriophage structure.
  • "Fletchervirus" is a genus of virus of the subfamily Eucampyvirinae and the phylum Uroviricota (Bacteriophage).
  • "Streptomyces phage Φ0" is a bacteriophage that infects "Streptomyces".
  • "Escherichia virus H8" (or bacteriophage H8) is a bacteriophage known to infect bacterial species of the genus "Escherichia" and the related genus "Salmonella".
  • Bacteriophage PBC1 is a bacteriophage that infects the spore-forming bacterium "Bacillus cereus".
  • Microbialized coral reefs have relatively high bacteria abundances and reduced bacteriophage abundances.
  • This involves inserting foreign desired gene segments into a region of the bacteriophage genome, so that the peptide product will be displayed on the surface of the bacteriophage virion.
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