substrain

substrain

[′səb·‚strān]
(cell and molecular biology)
A strain derived by isolation of a single cell or group of cells having properties or markers not shared by the other cells of the cell strain.
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Conventional interpretation of relatedness based on rRNA gene sequence similarity suggests that the sBG is a substrain of H.
Stamaril uses the same vaccine substrain 17D-204 as YF-VAX, and has comparable safety and efficacy (9).
As stated by the codirector, Center for the Deterrence of Biowarfare and Bioterrorism, microbial forensics provides "much greater detail to determine the precise strain and substrain.
Systematic HAdV typing in Singapore was initiated in late 2011, so it remains unknown if Ad7 substrain replacement, specifically the circulating pediatric HAdV strain in early 2011, was a factor in the outbreak we report.
perfectly matched a substrain isolated from a human patient.
Arterio-lipidosis prone rats, a substrain of SHRSP selectively bred for higher reactive hypercholesterolemia, quickly develop not only arterial fat deposition but also fatty liver which could be attenuated by dietary T supplementation.
Klasik olarak ELISA sirasiyla; antijen-antikor kompleksinin olusturulmasi, yikama islemi, enzim ile isaretli antikor eklenmesi, yikama islemi, enzimin etkiledigi substrain eklenmesi ve enzim reaksiyonunu durdurma basamaklarindan olusmaktadir.
Different types of mice and rats which are frequently used to test anti inflammatory effect of herbs include ICR mice [6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13], Sprague- Dawley (SD) rats [6, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16], ddY mice [2], BALB/c [18] and its substrain BALB/cj mice [12], C57BL/6 commonly called as black 6 [4], Swiss albino mice [19, 20], albino rats [21] and winstar rats [20, 22].
On April 18, a laboratory in the United States reported two human cases of swine flu, a variant of a substrain of H1N1 Influenza Type A virus.
Boostingof cellular immunity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and modulation of skin cytokine responses in healthy human volunteers by Mycobacterium bovis BCG substrain.