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Bacteriophage immunity

Bacteriophage immunity

The state induced in a bacterium by lysogenization, the lysogenic bacterium being insusceptible to further lysogenization or to a lytic cycle by a superinfecting bacteriophage, in contradistinction to bacteriophage resistance.


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The Fiber Disease

... water .... separate with eyedropper and keep volitile. will work.. .Bacteriophage replication and reactivation in stationary phase hosts. Gallimore,W.H., ... lacking PFU. These observations are ascribed to pseudolysogeny, i.e. immunity of cells against the phage present. When a cured derivative, ...

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by Nadas Moksha
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... of the world, maybe chemtrails, dental filling, bacteria, fungus, bugs..bacteriophage......ANYTING BUT NOTHING!! Let it be anything. PLEASE! Maybe...since you have always been a good person, that G-d has given you an immunity to bird flu........and the list goes on and on. WHAT THE HELL COULD ...

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