Characterization of Siphoviridae phage Z and studying its efficacy against multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae planktonic cells and biofilm.

Biofilm has many serious consequences for public health and is a major virulence factor contributing to the chronicity of infections. The aim of the c...
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