abortus


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abortus

[ə′bȯrd·əs]
(medicine)
An aborted fetus.
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abortus was found to be 156bp which confirmed that 74 samples (62.71% +- 0.044) out of 118 seropositive samples in goats and 63 samples (69.23% +- 0.048) out of 91 seropositive samples of sheep had B.
abortus conjugate with different bacterial suspensions are shown in Table 2.
Host susceptibility to Brucella abortus infection is more pronounced in IFN-knockout than IL-12/2-microglobulin double-deficient mice.
Abortion Caused by Brucella abortus Biovar 1 in a Free-ranging Bison (Bison bison) from Yellowstone National Park.
abortus from aborted fetuses and sero positive cattle with history of abortion is in line with findings by Gulhan et al.
Hastalarin klinik karakteristikleri Yas (yil, ortalama[+ or -]SD) 29,1[+ or -]4,6 73 Nulliparite (n, %) 57 (45,2) 35 Hastalik suresi (yil, ortalama[+ or -]SD) 5,2[+ or -]4,2 19 Abortus oykusu (n,%) 14 17 1.
abortus [RB.sup.51] organisms which were prepared from plate (Trypticase soy agar) grown cells that were killed with methanol, [14] and mice sera were serially diluted in phosphate-buffered saline solution (PBS) - 0.05% tween 80 were tested using goat anti-mouse IgG labeled with horseradish peroxidase for reactivity against rough antigens.
Improving the molecular diagnosis of Chlamydia psittaci and Chlamydia abortus infection with a species-specific duplex real-time PCR.
It is concluded that RDW is a low-cost, routine marker for predicting recurrent pregnancy loss in patients with a history of at least one abortus (4, 5).
Cassataro et al., "Brucella lumazine synthase elicits a mixed Th1-Th2 immune response and reduces infection in mice challenged with Brucella abortus 544 independently of the adjuvant formulation used," Infection and Immunity, vol.