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    • Effects of storage conditions on the stability of spray dried, inhalable bacteriophage powders 

      Leung, Sharon SY; Parumasivam, Thaigarajan; Gao, Fiona G; Carrigy, Nicholas B; Vehring, Reinhard; Finlay, Warren H; Morales, Sandra; Britton, Warwick J; Kutter, Elizabeth; Chan, Hak-Kim (Elsevier, 2017-04-15)
      This study aimed to develop inhalable powders containing phages active against antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa for pulmonary delivery. A Pseudomonas phage, PEV2, was spray dried into powder matrices comprising ...
    • Jet nebulization of bacteriophages with different tail morphologies – structural effects 

      Leung, Sharon SY; Carrigy, Nicholas B; Vehring, Reinhard; Finlay, Warren H; Morales, Sandra; Carter, Elizabeth A; Britton, Warwick J; Kutter, Elizabeth; Chan, Hak-Kim (Elsevier, 2019-01-10)
      It was previously demonstrated that the loss of infectivity of a myovirus PEV44 after jet nebulization was closely related to a change in bacteriophage (phage) structure. In this follow-up study, we further examined the ...
    • Production of Inhalable Bacteriophage Dry Powders 

      Leung, Sharon SY; Parumasivam, Thaigarajan; Carter, Elizabeth A; Carrigy, Nicholas B; Vehring, Reinhard; Finlay, Warren H; Morales, Sandra; Britton, Warwick J; Kutter, Elizabeth; Chan, Hak-Kim (RDD Online, 2017-04-28)
      Phage therapy is a possible alternative to conventional antibiotics to treat pulmonary infections caused by multidrug resistance (MDR) bacterial strains [1-4], due to its high specificity, low toxicity, capability of ...
    • Production of inhalation phage powders using spray freeze drying and spray drying techniques for treatment of respiratory infections 

      Leung, Sharon SY; Parumasivam, Thaigarajan; Gao, Fiona G; Carrigy, Nicholas B; Vehring, Reinhard; Finlay, Warren H; Morales, Sandra; Britton, Warwick J; Kutter, Elizabeth; Chan, Hak-Kim (Springer US, 2016-02-29)
      Purpose The potential of aerosol phage therapy for treating lung infections has been demonstrated in animal models and clinical studies. This work compared the performance of two dry powder formation techniques, spray ...