Sustained/Controlled-Release Drug Devices Containing Bacteriophages Based on New Biodegradable Poly (ester amide)s
Tuberculosis Bacteriophage: Development of Obtainment and Application Methods
Different Medicinal Forms of Bacteriophages for Treatment and Prevention of Bacterial Infections Induced by the Genera of Staphylococcus and Streptococcus
Study of Transmission of Water-Borne Infections by Application of Computer Modeling (GIS) and Field Experiments Implemented with Tracer Phages
Bacteriophages as an Alternative Remedy Against Multidrug Resistant Bacteria (Salmonella, Shigella, Pathogenic E.coli) Causing Intestinal Infections in Humans
Prolonged Acting, High Effective Bacteriophage Preparation for Treatment of Cow Metritis and Endometritis
Selection of Active Phages against the Y. enterocolitica and Y. enterocolitica Like Strains and Investigation of their Molecular-Biological Properties with an Aim to Construct Medicinal-Prophylactic Polyvalent Preparation
Purulent Infections of Neonates and Prevention with Bacteriophages
New Model of Vaccine Development Using Bacteriophages
Study of Interactions between Antibiotics And Bacteriophages for Strains Isolated From Patients During the Treatment of Suppurative Infections
Development of the phage-probiotic complex for veterinary use
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