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Summary

Bacteriophages in different stages of maturation were found in thin sections of a clinical isolate of Mature phage heads measured 70 x 60 nm and the tail at least 120 nm. Lysogeny was maintained during subculture on blood agar for more than 3 months after isolation from a gastric biopsy.

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