Interest in phage-based therapeutics is increasing, at least in part due to the need for new treatment options for infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. It is possible to use wild-type (WT) phages to treat bacterial infections, but it is also possible to modify WT phages to generate therapeutics with improved features. Here, we will discuss features of Phico Therapeutics’ SASPject technology, which modifies phages for use as targetable nano-delivery vehicles (NDV), to introduce antibacterial Small Acid Soluble Spore Protein (SASP) genes into specific target bacteria.
Targetable nano-delivery vehicles to deliver anti-bacterial small acid-soluble spore protein (SASP) genes
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Anne M. L. Barnard, James A. Cass; Targetable nano-delivery vehicles to deliver anti-bacterial small acid-soluble spore protein (SASP) genes. Emerg Top Life Sci 12 November 2021; 5 (5): 637–641. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/ETLS20210147
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