Application of specific Bacteriophages against prevention of Staphylococcus aureus toxin-initiated food spoiling
AbstractSamples taken from pond water (Padila), river ganga water (Sangam, Allahabad) sewage water (Yamuna drainage) supply water from Municipal Corporation (Daraganj) were found that Ganga water (Sangam) has positive (large, small, medium) plaque formation other pond water, sewage water, supply water from municipal Corporation do not have plaque formation. It can be predict that Ganga water has high presence of S. aureus plaque formation for bacteriophages. Help in therapeutic process, drug target discovery, bacteriophages isolate from environment or Ganga water sample to specifically target pathogenic bacteria and eliminate them from foods. Bacteriophages approved or use in food safety application, genetically engineered phages to specifically target bacterial virulence-associated genes, control multidrug resistant S. aureus, implications in biofilm treatment, the progress in the knowledge about phage genomics, immunobiology and experimental therapy in animals and in humans suggest that phages could become the antibacterial drugs of the 21st century.