Research to control spread of campylobacter bacterium in poultry

17-09-2007 | |

GangaGen Life Sciences Inc (GangaGen) and the University of Nottingham have entered into an agreement to conduct a major bacteriophage-based research programme.

GangaGen and the University are pioneers in bacteriophage research. This bacteriophage treatment will be used to control the growth of campylobacter bacteria in poultry, which affects millions of people globally and is one of the most common food-borne pathogens.

 
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