BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

The reduction of E. faecalis by phage in different samples; the phage titer pfu/ml 10 × 107 was used along with cfu/ml of original culture 3.5 × 109 and cfu/ml of diluted culture 1.6 × 108.

SampleCFU after 24 hrs, controlCFU after 48 hrs, controlCFU after 24 hrs, sampleCFU after 48 hrs, sample

Compost A (Plantfert)1.95 × 1082.20 × 10800
Compost B (few)2.04 × 1082.25 × 10800
Compost C (Plantafor, Germany)1.74 × 1081.86 × 10800
Compost P1.8 × 1082.16 × 1087.0 × 1072.4 × 107
Soil sample1.88 × 1082.11 × 1089.0 × 1071.10 × 107

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