Episode 24 Animal General Podcast | Bacteriophages With Guest Dr. Sulakvelidze
- December 26, 2017
- with Dr. Mike
about this episode
Bacteriophages or “phages” (viruses that infect bacteria) are some of the oldest and most ubiquitous organisms on the planet. Where antibiotics fail, phages are nature’s way of evolving to fight new bacteria strains. Consumed unintentionally daily by humans and pets alike, phages offer individualized treatment for specific bacteria strains. But what about mass-market products for consumption? Are they economical? Any cons in bacteriophage usage? Dr. Alexander Sulakvelidze of Intralytix joins us to discuss.
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The “Animal General Podcast” with Dr. Mike will navigate you through the world of pets with tips and tricks, time-tested veterinary medicine and new cutting-edge procedures. Join Dr. Mike Hutchinson to discuss all of your pet needs! From more complex topics like stem cells and regenerative medicine to simple solutions for ridding your pet of that nasty skunk smell... Find the answers - and how they translate to your own beloved pet!
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