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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Problem Problem Hypothesis Hypothesis Variables Variables Objectives Objectives Conclusions Conclusions Applications Applications - Antimicrobial resistance is an increasingly serious threat to global public health That requires actions across all government sectors and society.- Food-borne illnesses are prevalent in all parts of the world, and tolls in terms of human life and suffering . - some bacterial infections are resistant to antibiotics such as S.aureus. - Crops are damaged by pathogenic bacteria which causes problems to global health and economy. - Water in Al-manzala lake is contaminated and has v.cholera. - Is it safe to use bacteriophage for detection and control of bacterial pathogens to improve food safety, agriculture, the quality of water and medical therapy? -The amount of phage to cause the bacteria to lyse. -To develop natural ways of fighting antimicrobial resistance instead of useless expensive antibiotics. -To Use bacteriophage for detection and control of bacterial pathogens in food, ijuries, water and agriculture. -Decrease using food preservatives X in food storing and use bacteriophages instead. -Food will no longer have an expiry date! -Decrease the costs of health care. -Research Gate for scientists website.-Professors in Zewail City -Scientific articles available online at sciencedirect.com--Guelph Food Research Centre in Canada.-Science News for Students INTEL website. --US National Library of Medicine website.-US National Institute of Health researches -World health Organization "WHO"-Biology News Website bionews-tx.com-Phages.org-microrao.com-Books in the Faculty of science in Port-said References References the secondexperiment the secondexperiment the first experiment the first experiment In Zewail city 23th of Nov 2014 - centrifugation for the sample - Enrichment- filteration - spot-tast technique- Dilution - Enumeration in The Faculty of Science - Portsaid 9 g of meat, cultured E-coli in NB for overnight. isolated phages were used in this study to examine the effect of phages as biocontrol of food-borne pathogens 8th of Dec 2014 control E-coli phage +E-coli in The Faculty of Science - Portsaid in The Faculty of Science - Portsaid the fourthexperiment the fourthexperiment the thirdexperiment the thirdexperiment - isolating bacteria from "Al-Manzala" lake water -discovering that Al-Aanzala lake is contaminated with v.cholera and other dangerous type of bacteria
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