also produce one or more additional exoproteins including toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 (TSST-1), the staphylococcal enterotoxins (SEs), the exfoliative toxins (ETs), leukocidins, and so on.
The 40 isolates
tested contained anywhere from 9 to 30 DNA fragments indicating a high degree of diversity among the isolates
Routine differentiation of diagnostic isolates
became feasible with the availability of monoclonal antibodies during the 1980s and the subsequent introduction of molecular epidemiology techniques (7,13-15).
In January 2003, the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards (NCCLS) finalized new breakpoints for defining the susceptibility of Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates
to cefotaxime and ceftriaxone (1).
The leg curl is the main single-joint exercise used to isolate
the "hams" on the back of the thigh.
During the typical barricade or hostage incident, law enforcement agencies most likely would attempt to resolve the situation by using the "rule of the 'ates" - locate, isolate
, evacuate, and negotiate.
Having an isolate
of the virus in hand may help researchers begin to answer that question, Jahrling says.
Cultural, morphological and pathogenic characterization of isolate
of Alternaria helianthi causing sunflower blight.
are oxacillin-resistant, a fact that leaves few treatment options.
Usefulness of ompl restriction mapping for avian Chlamydia psittaci isolate
Galvanic isolation acts to isolate
the PHY chip (this chip is the bus transceiver, it transmits and receives all of the signals on the bus) from the rest of the subsystem in which it resides.
Since 1970, state health department laboratories have reported enterovirus serotypes to CDC on a monthly basis approximately 6-8 weeks after specimens are submitted for identification; the delay in reporting is due to the time necessary to isolate
and identify the viruses.