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BIOLOGY | Immunology

Antimicrobial Peptides

Antimicrobial-Peptides Isolation of natural or chemically modified proteins and peptides displaying antibacterial activity, to be used as a tool for the control of antibiotic resistant infections.

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Bacteriophage Therapy

Bacteriophage-therapy Isolation of lytic bacteriophages directed against antibiotic resistant pathogens, namely S. aureus, M. tuberculosis or S. typhimurium.

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Immunogenetic

Immunogenetic bovine and other species, conferring resistance/susceptibility to pathogens such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Mycobacterium bovis or Helicobacter pylori. Analysis of allelic combinations contributing to the resistance/susceptibility phenotype.

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Vaccines

Vaccines Bacteria rapidly become resistant to bacteriophages. However phage resistance is usually developed at the expense of virulence. Phage resistant bacterial strains, since avirulent, may behave as excellent vaccines.

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