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African Journal of Microbiology Research
Six lytic bacteriophages (JH1-JH6) lytic against O8 ETEC were isolated from 40 individual fecal samples and 30 sewage samples from pig farms in Nanjing, China. Two of the bacteriophages (JH1 and JH2) with icosahedral heads, necks, contractile tails belonged to the Myoviridae family. The other four bacteriophages (JH3, JH4, JH5 and JH6) had relatively thin, long, non-contractile and belonged to the Siphoviridae family. Unlike typical Siphoviridae family members' morphologyes had flexible tails,doi:10.5897/ajmr2013.5744 fatcat:ukkx6mbrafbm3cuqtlvlc7qjta