Phage liquid crystals protect Pseudomonas

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  1. Tarafder, A. K. et al. Phage liquid crystalline droplets form occlusive sheaths that encapsulate and protect infectious rod-shaped bacteria. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA (2020)

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Hofer, U. Phage liquid crystals protect Pseudomonas. Nat Rev Microbiol 18, 264–265 (2020).

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