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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(17.) Durairajan, R., Development and characterization of bacteriophage-lysed bacterin of Pasteurella multocida., 2012, PhD Thesis submitted to (Deemed University) Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar (UP), India.
Enhanced antibody response in Atlantic salmon to Aeromonas salmonicida cell wall antigens using a bacterin containing glucan as adjuvant.
The deal calls for approximately 4.24 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.
Bacterin previously traded on the NYSE MKT exchange.
Based in Belgrade, Mont., Bacterin makes bone graft material and coatings for medical applications.
Glucan injection or bath exposure given alone or in combination with a bacterin enhance the non-specific defense mechanisms in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
The effectiveness of HI plasma is likely to be affected by the dosage, timing of administration, innate immune system competence, management conditions, and number of virulent bacterin in the environment [45].
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.
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 efficacy of 3 commercial Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) immunizing agents a bacterin, a recombinant fowlpox-MG vaccine, and a live Fstrain vaccin--was compared in specific-pathogen--free hens in egg production.
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.