HGT


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HGT

On drawings, abbr. for height.
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HGT which measures BP response to sustained isometric exercise showed an increase of DBP in post-menopausal group as compared to the pre-menopausal group.
Rebecca Lawrence, Managing Director of F1000 Group, said: "This study makes an exciting contribution to the debate about whether HGT occurs in complex organisms and it will be of immense interest to the scientific community.
Given the similarity of carbapenemasenegative strains to those carrying KPC or NDM-1 and the high diversity of plasmids in which they can be found, we anticipate that global carbapenem usage will encourage HGT of both of these carbapenemases into additional strain and plasmid backgrounds.
A number of genes, including the ABO blood group gene, were confirmed as having been acquired by vertebrates through HGT.
In a previous study, it was hypothesized that if a HGT happened between two organisms, a series of subsequent directional transfers should be very likely to arise [26].
Our typical HGT needs to slow down a lot and layer into the training two things that may not come naturally to her (because she doesn't need them herself).
Our cases are different from the classic description using the older terminology "dedifferentiated ACC" as described by Cheuk et al (12) and are more along the lines of the HGT described by Sato et al.
Sabemos que la HGT es de gran importancia en bacterias.
The only exception comes with the Sporting and HGT Puntos which boast pronounced front and rear spoilers as well as honeycomb grilles.
After Corona and Alatorre left, membership shifted, in part due to the separation between CASA and the new HGT offshoot.