... Although in most healthy adult humans such a strain
would probably cause no more than a bout of ... people taking certain medications, an unfamiliar strain
can cause serious illness and even death. A particularly virulent example of such a strain
of E. coli is E.coli O157:H7 .
Because of ...
... , and was named Ebola–Reston . This strain
seemed to be spread through the air, but did not ... outbreaks of Ebola–Zare than any other strain
of Ebola virus. The first outbreak took place in ... on the United States via a newly discovered strain
of Ebola that propagates by air.
... called a Pneumococcus was used. The R strain
is harmless, while the S strain
causes pneumonia in laboratory mice .
... organic compounds were still able to cause R strain
bacteria to transform then the substances removed ...
... now known as Griffith's experiment , injections into a mouse of a deadly strain
of a bacteria that had been heat-killed transferred genetic information to a safe strain
of the same bacteria, killing the mouse.
In 1941 , George Wells Beadle ...
... prevent or ameliorate the effects of infection by any natural or 'wild' strain
of the organism. The term derives from vaccinia , the infectious viral ... tuberculosis vaccine is not the contagious TB strain, but a related strain
called " BCG "; it is used in the United States very infrequently.
Varicella zoster virus
... (ZIG), and vidarabine .
A live attenuated VZV Oka/Merck strain
vaccine is available and is marketed under the trade name Varivax . It was developed by Merck, Sharp & Dohme in the 1980s from the Oka strain
virus isolated and attenuated by Michiaki Takahashi and colleagues in the ...
... assay is carried out using strains of bacteria , generally Escherichia coli or Salmonella that already have a single mutation, for example, a strain
that cannot produce histidine , an amino acid that is essential for the bacterium to grow if not provided externally with essential nutrients. ...
... a serious problem in both the developed and underdeveloped nations. By 1984 half the people with active tuberculosis in the United States had a strain
that resisted at least one antibiotic. In certain settings, such as hospitals and some child-care locations, the rate of antibiotic resistance is ...
... used second order tensors include the Cauchy stress tensor, the second Piola-Kirchhoff stress tensor, the deformation gradient tensor, and the Green strain
tensor. A reader of the biomechanics literature would be well-advised to note precisely the definitions of the various tensors which are being used ...
... killed "smooth" (S) form available to the live "rough" (R) form. Quite unexpectedly, the living R Pneumococcus bacteria were transformed into a new strain
of the S form, and the transferred S characteristics turned out to be heritable.
In 1944 , the renowned physicist, Erwin Schrdinger , ...
... A hfr cell (also called hfr strain
) is a bacterium with a conjugative plasmid (often F ) integrated into its genomic DNA. Hfr is the abbreviation for high frequency ...