Fighting bacterial infections with Phages.mp4

A team of researchers from England, Scotland, Norway, and Denmark have joined forces to develop a safe and efficient phage therapy approach to control the bacteria Pasteurella in farmed Salmon. In this newly released video, the researchers behind the project reveal how phages can help fight diseases not only in fish but also in swine and poultry.
Several researchers and staff from Center for Evolutionary Hologenomics, Globe Institute are involved in the important project that can help the aquaculture industry become healthier and more sustainable by battling disease and at the same time avoid antibiotic resistance.
The research project is funded by the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund.