Bacteriophages: double-edged swords

How gut bacteriophage-host interactions could complicate phage therapies

Utah researchers have shown bacteriophage-host immune interactions can trigger adverse immune responses in GI diseases, a factor phage companies may need to take into account.

Phage researchers have long thought mammalian host immunity recognizes the bacteria-targeting viruses, but few studies have elucidated those interactions and none has examined them in animal

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