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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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.
Boostingof cellular immunity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and modulation of skin cytokine responses in healthy human volunteers by Mycobacterium bovis BCG substrain.
Callahan discussed the need for more precise laboratory tools to help differentiate bacteria at the serovar, strain, and substrain levels.
World Health Organization scientists say that among the three things that need to happen for a pandemic to start -- first, the existence of a new substrain of the flu virus, second, the spread to humans to cause illness, and third, the easy spread between people -- only the first two steps have occurred in Asia, and there is currently no bird flu pandemic in the world.
I think that whether it's a behavior manifestation of the chaotic atmosphere at the school, whether it's caused by too many excitotoxins in the diet, whether it really exists, or Whether it's just overdiagnosed, there probably is a neurological substrain, at least for some cases, and whether that's exacerbated by vaccines is a question we haven't really addressed with the proper studies.
Each bacterial substrain has a unique rep-PCR DNA fingerprint, a molecular version of the UPC barcodes used in grocery stores.
Using this system, government agencies can verify, before disseminating potentially alarming information to the public, whether samples contain a highly pathogenic substrain of H5N1 or one of the several non-lethal substrains of H5N1.
He died after getting infected with a substrain of bacterial meningitis.