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isolate

[′ī·sə‚lāt]
(chemical engineering)
To separate two portions of a process system by means of valving or line blanks; used as safety measure during maintenance or repair, or to redirect process flows.
(electricity)
To disconnect a circuit or piece of equipment from an electric supply system.
(genetics)
A population so cut off from others that mating occurs only within the group.
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carthami test isolates was prepared separately from 10 days pure culture in plates, by flooding with 5-10 ml sterile distilled water.
aureus clinical isolates (single isolate per patient), including 158 associated with SSTIs and 130 associated with bloodstream infection (BSI), were collected for this investigation.
5) Polymorphism in the rpoT gene and SNP type of isolates were determined by the same method as previously described.
The 40 isolates tested contained anywhere from 9 to 30 DNA fragments indicating a high degree of diversity among the isolates.
New cases of Mokola virus infection in South Africa: a genotypic comparison of southern African isolates.
Isolates were tested for susceptibility at reference laboratories by using NCCLS methods (1).
Overall, most of the bacteria that were found in the isolates were Escherichia coli (54.
However, the viral isolate came not from the Southwest, but from the Deep South.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared an Investigational New Drug (IND) application to conduct a clinical trial using Aldagen's ALDESORT product to isolate a unique stem cell population for therapy for critical limb ischemia patients.
Five large pandemic clones of MRSA isolates have been identified by epidemiological techniques.
In our study, 4 of 10 isolates were genotypes B and C, which are rarely found in psittacine birds.
Since 1985, nonpolio enterovirus (NPEV) surveillance data on isolates reported from March through May in the United States have been used to predict the serotypes likely to be isolated during July through December, which encompasses the period of the peak enterovirus activity.