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T4 Bacteriophage

This artwork has been created to be exhibited at the 2011 Venice Biennale in Glasstress 2011.  It’s the most detailed and intricate glasswork Jerram and his team have made to date.

The virus infects E. coli bacteria and has been used for over 60 years in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe as an alternative to antibiotics. More recently, the virus has been seen to have potential as a therapy against multi drug resistant strains of many bacteria. One potential treatment currently under development is a phage designed to destroy MRSA.

An edition of the work is in the Wellcome Collection, London.

Works Available for Sale
Limited edition of 5.

Series 1 (30cm x 30cm) – SOLD OUT

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