BACTERIOPHAGES VS SALMONELLA-HELP!!!

stutjamalgeo at SPOCK.COLSF.EDU stutjamalgeo at SPOCK.COLSF.EDU
Wed Nov 20 15:38:01 EST 1996


From:	stutjamalgeo 15-NOV-1996 16:56:11.91
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Subj:	BACTERIOPHAGES AGAINST SALMONELLA


   
   For whoever can answer me:

   What Salmonella strains are out there that are non-pathogenic to humans,
but can be used for experimentation on mice?  I'm trying to study the 
effects of bacteriophage 01 and P22 against Salmonella, and my school does
not have the facilities needed to prevent any possible outbreak of pathogenic
Salmonella from mice.  

   Any comments will be greately appreciated.

George Tjamaloukas
Colle
College of St.Francis
stutjamalgeo at vax.colsf.edu

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