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infective dose 50
infective dose 50[in′fek·tiv ¦dōs ′fif·tē]
The dose of microorganisms required to cause infection in 50% of the experimental animals; a special case of the median effective dose. Abbreviated ID50. Also known as median infective dose.
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Tissue culture infective dose 50
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