Short for bacteriophage.
A strain of a bacterial species distinguished by susceptibility to a range of phages.
To determine the phage type of (a bacterium).
The treatment of bacterial disease using bacteriophages specific for the pathogenic bacteria.
A technique for the production and screening of novel proteins and polypeptides by inserting a gene fragment into a gene responsible for the surface protein of a bacteriophage. The new protein appears in the surface coating of the phage, in which it can be manipulated and tested for biological activity
Expressed by phage display.