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ssume you did a phage titration showing 6 plaques at 10% dilution. What is the number of phages/ml? 1. A 2. Name at least two phages of E. coli, give their physical characteristics and the chemical nature of their genome. 3. What are possible reasons for not observing any plaques? 4. Can you employ the same method to isolate and enumerate animal viruses? What would you need to calculate # of PFU/mL of influenza virus?
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