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1.  Life in Science: William C Summers 
Bacteriophage  2014;4:e26691.
PMCID: PMC3895083  PMID: 24478937
2.  Life in Science: Björn H Lindqvist 
Bacteriophage  2013;3(4):e26673.
PMCID: PMC3827068  PMID: 24251078
3.  Life in Science 
Bacteriophage  2013;3(3):e25589.
PMCID: PMC3821691  PMID: 24228225
biophysics; head structure; head-tail joining; self-assembly; symmetry
4.  Life in Science: Richard Calendar 
Bacteriophage  2013;3(2):e25516.
PMCID: PMC3821692  PMID: 24228222
5.  Anna S. Tikhonenko 
Bacteriophage  2013;3(1):e23646.
Anna Sergeyevna Tikhonenko (1925–2010) is to be remembered for the excellency of her electron microscopical work, particularly with bacteriophages. She published 113 articles and one book, Ultrastructure of Bacterial Viruses (Izdadelstvo Nauka, Moscow 1968; Plenum Press, New York, 1972). It included 134 micrographs and a complete overview of the 316 phages then examined by electron microscopy. Most micrographs were of exceptional quality. This book, a rarity in those days of strict separation of Soviet and Western research, was the first bacteriophage atlas in the literature and presented a morphological classification of phages into five categories of family level, similar to a scheme presented in 1965 by D.E. Bradley (J Royal Microsc Soc 84:257–316). Her book remains one of the fundamentals of phage research.
PMCID: PMC3694054  PMID: 23819103
TEM; biography; classification; history; immuno-EM
6.  Life in science 
Bacteriophage  2012;2(4):207.
PMCID: PMC3594207  PMID: 23533969
7.  Life in Science 
Bacteriophage  2012;2(3):137-138.
PMCID: PMC3530522  PMID: 23275864
8.  Professor Dr. Richard Bruynoghe 
Bacteriophage  2012;2(1):1-4.
In 1921, Richard Bruynoghe and his student Joséph Maisin published on the first use of bacteriophages in a phage therapy context. At that time, Bruynoghe (a medical doctor) was affiliated as a professor at the KU Leuven (Belgium) for just over a decade, within the Bacteriological Institute which he founded and led. After a distinguished career (he was acting mayor of the city of Leuven-Belgium during the second World War), he received a special medical award in 1951 just before his retirement in 1952. In this perspective, he was asked to provide an overview of his research for a lay-audience within the local University magazine: Onze Alma Mater (Our alma mater). We, as current affiliates of the KU Leuven are honored to present some of his legacy, which to date has been largely overlooked in historical accounts.
PMCID: PMC3357380  PMID: 22666651
bacteria; bacteriophages; historical overview; phage biology; phage therapy
11.  Bacteriophage 
Bacteriophage  2011;1(1):1-2.
PMCID: PMC3109449  PMID: 21687529

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