bacterin


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bacterin

[′bak·tə·rən]
(immunology)
A suspension of killed or weakened bacteria used in artificial immunization.
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In our study TLR9, IL-12 and INF-[alpha] expression were significantly up-regulated at every interval which indicate bacterial CpG motif of phage lysate bacterin act as TLR9 agonist and reaffirm the previous observations that activation of intracellularly located TLR9 with bacterial CpG motif lead to the production of IL12, which drive the Th1 immune response (Oliveira et al.
24 million shares of Bacterin common stock and approximately $60 million in cash, subject to customary working capital adjustments, and including the extinguishment of approximately $13 million of X-spine debt.
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Study of the humoral immunological response after vaccination with a Staphylococcus aureus biofilm-embedded bacterin in dairy cows: Possible role of the exopolysaccharide specific antibody production in the protection from Staphylococcus aureus induced mastitis.
The addition of the ISO 13485:2003 Certification strengthens Bacterin's commitment to customer quality and service," said Guy Cook, CEO of Bacterin International.
We blindfolded elk to minimize stress during handling and administered penicillin, vitamin B, vitamin E-selenium, and an 8-way Clostridium bacterin to alleviate stress of being captured.
The MG bacterin and live F-strain vaccinations were both protective and resulted in significant differences in air sac lesions, tracheal lesions, and ovarian regression compared to the nonvaccinated controls and the recombinant fowl-pox-MG vaccine (P [less than or equal to] 0.
According to Spanish news agency, EFE, Cuba's Finlay Institute and China's Hualan Biological Bacterin will work jointly to develop several types of vaccines.
Efficacy of an Escherichia coli J-5 mutant strain bacterin in the protection of calves from endotoxin disease caused by subcutaneous challenge with endotoxins from Escherichia coli.
US Bacterin International Holdings (AMEX:BONE) said Friday it has agreed to take over medical device distribution firm Robinson MedSurg in an all-stock transaction.
Evaluation of the efficacy of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae bacterin following immunization of young pigs in the presence of varying levels of maternal antibodies.