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Future Antivirals Using Bacterial Immune Sensors Duration: 26:02 0.5 CME
Immunology / Immunology

Learning Objectives

* Basics of bacteriophage specificity and detection in wastewater.

* Understanding the relationship between bacteriophage and bacterial toxin production.

* Differentiating between generalized and specialized transduction.

* Mechanisms of bacteriophage hijacking of bacterial machinery and self-destruction.

* Recognition of bacterial patterns by AVS proteins and comparison with human innate immune receptors


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