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By Parviz M. Sabour, Mansel W. Griffiths

Curiosity in bacteriophages as substitute antibacterial brokers in nutrients grown significantly, according to expanding premiums of antibiotic resistance, heightened main issue with meals protection, and purchaser call for for 'natural' and natural nutrition items. This new publication will comprehensively assessment the literature at the usage of bacteriophages within the detection and keep watch over of foodborne bacterial pathogens, either pre-harvest (plant and animal creation) and post-harvest (food processing).

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Rohwer. 2002. Marine phage genomics. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Biol. 133:463– 476. Rohwer, F. 2003. Global phage diversity. Cell 113: 141. , and R. Edwards. 2002. The Phage Proteomic Tree: a genome-based taxonomy for phage. J. Bacteriol. 184:4529–4535. Russel, M. 1995. Moving through the membrane with filamentous phages. Trends Microbiol. 3:223– 238. , S. Carlson, L. Wegley, and F. Rohwer. 2004. Movement of viruses between biomes. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70:5842–5846. , R. Parreira, G.

Global phage diversity. Cell 113: 141. , and R. Edwards. 2002. The Phage Proteomic Tree: a genome-based taxonomy for phage. J. Bacteriol. 184:4529–4535. Russel, M. 1995. Moving through the membrane with filamentous phages. Trends Microbiol. 3:223– 238. , S. Carlson, L. Wegley, and F. Rohwer. 2004. Movement of viruses between biomes. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70:5842–5846. , R. Parreira, G. Vieira, and M. A. Santos. 2000. The N-terminal region of the Oenococcus oeni bacteriophage fOg44 lysin behaves as a bona fide signal peptide in Escherichia coli and as a cis-inhibitory element, preventing lytic activity on oenococcal cells.

The proteins CII and CIII bind to PRE, promoting transcription of the cI gene. The DNA-binding CI protein represses various operator sites and prevents formation of the N protein, which is required for expression of late genes of the lytic cycle. CI also promotes its own transcription by binding to PRM. These processes are in competition with transcription of genes cro, O, P, and Q (not depicted) from PR, which are required for lytic growth. Cro and CI compete for binding sites in the complex promoter/operator site that includes both PRM and PR, and determine in this way the decision between lytic and lysogenic growth.

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