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Bacteriophage lambda lysis and lysogeny

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Uploaded on Dec 23, 2008

Microscopic movie of E.coli infected with phage lambda. Infected cells turn green. One infected cell pops (i.e., lysis). A second infected cell goes dormant (i.e., lysogeny). Movie by Francois St-Pierre at MIT, as published in research paper PMID: 19098103.

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