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malleus

[′mal·ē·əs]
(anatomy)
The outermost, hammer-shaped ossicle of the middle ear; attaches to the tympanic membrane and articulates with the incus.
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mallei are so similar that differentiating between the two is a challenge.
mallei fliP/IS407A region with its species wide conserved gene inversion and truncation provided the target for B.
mallei infection a notifiable disease involving culling of positive equidae and camels.
mallei was carried out on 8 to 4 decades old archived isolates dating back mostly to pre-antibiotic era.
mallei bacteria are small, gram-negative, nonmotile, aerobic bacilli (some sources say coccobacilli) that grow in 48 hours on blood agar (growth is accelerated with the addition of 1% to 5% glucose and/or 5% glycerol).
mallei en equinos, mediante la prueba de fijacion del complemento y tambien de esta manera contribuir con el Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria (SENASA) en lo referente al sistema de vigilancia epidemiologica de enfermedades exoticas para el Peru.
mallei sensitive to imipenem and doxycycline, he was treated with those antibiotics and his symptoms rapidly improved.
mallei and [greater than or equal to] 20 bacilli for the other bacteria.
mallei infections are known to occur in various mammals (e.
Our study suggests that numerous lineages of Burk-holderia mallei are present in Punjab, Pakistan, and that these lineages persist across geographic space and time.
mallei are 2 closely related select agents that cause melioidosis and glanders, respectively.