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Phages Attack # A History of Bacteriophage Production and Therapeutic Use in Russia

... complications in wounds through the use of bacteriophages, which were not only completely harmless but also widely available, inexpensive and easy-to-manufacture therapeutic agents. Bacteriophages in the Battle of Stalingrad The further history of phage therapy is associated with the tragic events of World War II in 1941–1945. In those years, with a total lack of antibacterial drugs (at the beginning of the war, the Soviet Union did not have a technology to produce penicillin), it was decided ...

Modified: 15.03.2017
phage therapy , choleraic bacteriophage , treat for injuries , battle of Stalingrad , Research and Production Association ‘‘Microgen’’ , bacteriophages , bacteriophage
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