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31. Molecular plant virology  
Virus ecology & diversity Plant diseases caused by viruses undergo changes due to the introduction of new viruses or shifts in existing virus populations. Driven by climatic factors and…  
32. Projects  
Viruses of cassava PI: Dr. Stephan Winter We are monitoring the viruses of cassava Manihot esculenta a world crop of high importance to provide food for many million people in Sub Sahara Africa,…  
33. FAQ phage therapy  
Literature For further research: Links, Articles and Books. More ... How does the DSMZ contribute to phage therapy? Within the DSMZ department of microorganisms, a phage collection was…  
34. Literature and Links  
Further reading... Bacteriophages: A Therapy Concept against Multi-Drug-Resistant Bacteria. Rohde C, Wittmann J, Kutter E. Surg Infect (Larchmt). 2018 doi: 10.1089/sur.2018.184. A…  
35. How the DSMZ contributes?  
How the DSMZ contributes Within the DSMZ department of microorganisms, a phage collection was established more than 30 years ago. Because of the therapeutical use and the undoubted future potential…  
36. Current legal situation  
What is the current legal situation for human phage application? Currently, the problem in Europe is the missing regulatory framework for therapeutical use of phages that would explicitly mention…  
37. Untreatable Infections  
In case of which bacteria is phage therapy not possible? Intracellular bacteria like Borrelia cannot be targeted by whole living phage particles as phages have to get in direct contact with the…  
38. Antibiotic treatment versus phage therapy  
Antibiotics and phages - a contradiction? No. Both have the same aim, to kill unwanted bacteria, both can be applied together. This will always remain the decision by the physician. The…  
39. Phages applied in medicine  
Phage application in medicine Phages are useful where bacteria are unwanted. Already in 1917 when Felix d’Herelle discovered phages their potential application for medical therapy was imaginable and…  
40. Multiresistant microorganisms  
What are multiresistant microorganisms and what means “hospital infections”? In this context, bacteria are in focus of attention. They are unicellular organisms without a cell nucleus. About…  
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