Research Article

Application of an Impedimetric Technique for the Detection of Lytic Infection of Salmonella spp. by Specific Phages

Table 1

Susceptibility of tested bacteria to phages according to spot test method.

Isolate 𝜙 2/2 𝜙 39 𝜙 38

S1400/94’+ ( 6 . 3 3 ) ∗ + (7.21)+ (7.08)
869’+ (11.8)+ (13.5)+ (12.1)
128’+ (12.9)+ (12.6)+ (12.4)
172+ (10.8)+ (8.50)+ (8.00)
205+ (6.83)−−
002−−−
161+ (7.33)−−
195+ (9.45)−−
036−−−
152+ (12.5)+ (10.0)+ (9.10)
039+ (3.38)−−
023+ (3.42)−−

∗ T h e values presented between parentheses correspond to average regarding the plaque size. A positive indication (+) means that the isolate is susceptible to the phage and produces plaques, while a negative (−) indicates that no plaques were observed.