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Research Article

Effectiveness of a Lytic Phage SRG1 against Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus faecalis in Compost and Soil

Table 1

Determination of host range of phage by using spot and plaque assay.

Sr numberHospital strain numberBacterial strainBacteriophage effect
Spot assayPlaque assay

(1)2934Citrobacter sp.(—)(—)
(2)2938Staphylococcus aureus(—)(—)
(3)3568Pseudomonas aeruginosa Z(—)(—)
(4)2895Staphylococcus aureus(—)(—)
(5)2966Acinetobacter sp.(—)(—)
(6)3168E. coli(—)(—)
(7)2908/22E. coli(—)(—)
(8)2953/5E. coli(—)(—)
(9)U-806E. faecalisActivity(—)
(10)TH-785E. faecalis(—)(—)
(11)B-215E. faecalis(—)(—)
(12)FT-490E. faecalis(—)(—)
(13)H-707E. faecalis(—)(—)
(14)U-439E. faecalis(—)(—)
(15)B-216E. faecalisActivity(—)
(16)FT-167E. faecalis(—)(—)
(17)U-170E. faecalisActivity(—)
(18)U-790E. faecium(—)(—)
(19)FT-607E. faecium(—)(—)
(20)FT-549E. faecium(—)(—)

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