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pathogenic

[¦path·ə¦jen·ik]
(medicine)
Producing or capable of producing disease.
Pertaining to pathogenesis.
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Plant pathogenic bacteria and fungi such as Pectobacterium sp., Pseudomonas sp., Ralstonia solanacearum, Xanthomonas campestris pv.
After challenge with highly pathogenic H7N9 virus, nonvaccinated ferrets (groups 3 and 4) became lethargic, experienced diarrhea, and lost appetite and bodyweight on days 2-6 postinfection (online Technical Appendix Figure), whereas vaccinated ferrets showed no noticeable symptoms.
Almost all pathogenic bacteria develop a small number of antibiotic-tolerant variants.
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Since pathogenic variants of SH3TC2, PMP2 , and BSCL2 were not well documented in Chinese CMT patients, this study aims to screen for pathogenic variants of these three genes in a cohort of Chinese CMT patients and describe the clinical features of patients carrying pathogenic variants.
Each tube was then aseptically inoculated with 0.4 ml of diluted cultures of pathogenic or nonpathogenic V.
Without gene editing, approximately 50% of the embryos would have two normal copies, because the male sperm donor would produce equal numbers of sperm with normal and pathogenic genotypes.
In 28% of patients, pathogenic variations reported in ClinVar, HGMD, and COSMIC databases were determined.
These yeasts are distributed as commensals in the healthy persons but can be pathogenic microorganisms and cause a disease called candidemia after disturbance occurs in the host defense barriers [7, 8].