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pathogenic

[¦path·ə¦jen·ik]
(medicine)
Producing or capable of producing disease.
Pertaining to pathogenesis.
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Since pathogenic variants of SH3TC2, PMP2 , and BSCL2 were not well documented in Chinese CMT patients, this study aims to screen for pathogenic variants of these three genes in a cohort of Chinese CMT patients and describe the clinical features of patients carrying pathogenic variants.
Eight cases of highly pathogenic strains have been detected in wild bird excrement _ one each in Suncheon in South Jeolla Province and Yongin and Anseong in Gyeonggi Province, two on Jeju and three in Cheonan.
From the monitoring results of three main pathogenic bacteria contaminant, contaminant after halfcutting was most severe with the average contaminant rate 38%.
The influence on the pathogenic properties of the bacteria is at its strongest in this 'quorum sensing' system.
In future work, the researchers will investigate the extent that these mutations contribute to age-related disease, and whether a healthy diet and lifestyle can slow down the expansion of pathogenic mtDNA mutations.
Six potentially pathogenic bacteria were isolated and identified from nasal and throat swabs.
Low pathogenic strains do not cause serious disease, but highly pathogenic strains have a very high mortality rate in most species of poultry.
The present preliminary study was conducted to assess the prevalence of pathogenic bacteria in fecal matter, urine and blood of shrew residing at poultry farms.
In the genome of the novel highly pathogenic PRRSV mutant, 4 deletions (2 deletions in nonstructural protein 2, one deletion in the 5' untranslated region, and one deletion in the 3' untranslated region), and some other point mutations, have occurred, which were markedly different from those found in any other previous virus isolate.
Contributors also address adaptation to the plant apoplast by pathogenic bacteria and specific issues related to Agobacterium (pathogenicity, biocontrol and evolution), Xyella fastidiosa (common genes and genomic breaks), the sugarcane pathogen Leifsonia xyli and Xanthomonas (biological insights based on genome sequencing), enterobacterial plant pathogens, Ralstonia solanacearum and bacterial wilt, Pseudomonas syringae (secretion systems, effector genes and the evolution of virulence), elicitors of innate immunity in plants, bacterial Type III effectors and their plant targets, cyclic Di-GMP signaling and the regulation of virulence, characteristics of native plasmids from plant pathogenic bacteria, and the use of bioinformatics in high-throughput sequencing technology.
THE highly pathogenic H7 bird flu outbreak on a farm earlier this month could have come from a less dangerous form of the disease already on the premises, a report said yesterday.
The strain of H7 bird flu found in chickens at a farm in Oxfordshire is the highly pathogenic type, officials said yesterday.