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Fahotyp and Sensitivity to Medications Phage Film-Forming Strains Staphylococcus aureus, Isolated from Respiratory Tract

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The study of biological properties of filmforming Staphylococcus aureus strains, including its sensitivity to bacteriophages, is one of the important tasks of laboratory diagnostic service that allows, if it necessary, choose an alternative treatment strategy and to establish the sources of strains. In the study of material from the nose and throat of 26 persons-volunteers the strains of S. aureus were selected. Among them 16 (61.5%) were able to form biofilms. Analysis of resistance to phages drugs of filmformation strains of S. aureus showed that 87.5% strains were sensitive the phages drugs "Piobacteriophage" and "Bacteriophage staphylococcal liquid". Phage type was identified for 9 (56.3%) strains. 64.3% of these strains were sensitive to the 1 phage from set, 21.4% – to 2 and 14.3% – 3 phages. It was determined that 77.8% strains were typed by phages from third group. For 1 strain detected simultaneous sensitivity to phages of 2 and 3 groups. With phage 81 (out of group phage) interacted 4 strains: 2 showed sensitivity only to him and another 2 were also susceptible to phage of third group.

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International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 51)
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1-5
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O. S. Voronkova and A. I. Vinnikov, "Fahotyp and Sensitivity to Medications Phage Film-Forming Strains Staphylococcus aureus, Isolated from Respiratory Tract", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 51, pp. 1-5, 2016
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