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Murinae

[myu̇′rī‚nē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of the Muridae which contains such forms as the striped mouse, house mouse, harvest mouse, and field mouse.
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We carefully reviewed their medical records to be certain that their clinical syndrome was suggestive of murine typhus.
tropica, we used murine macrophages which were collected from male BALB/c mice according to the method described by Carrio et al (16).
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The enzyme originally earned the name Yersinia murine toxin (Ymt) because extracts containing the molecule were toxic to mice and other animals.
The most widely used approach for reducing Interferences with two-site immunoassays by human anti-mouse antibodies (HAMAs) developed by many patients after exposure to murine immunoglobulins is to include high amounts of nonspecific mouse IgG within the assay buffer (1,2).

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