mycoplasmas


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mycoplasmas

n.,pl. microplasmas) la más diminuta forma de organismos vivos libres a la cual pertenecen los virus que causan enfermedades como la pulmonía y la faringitis.
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genitalium was tested by PCR with primers specific for the 23S rRNA genes of the genital mycoplasmas, which were used in the PCR-based assay.
Mycoplasmas and the related acholeplasmas are one of the smallest (0.
mycoides cluster consists of six pathogenic mycoplasmas causing disease in ruminants that share many genotypic and phenotypic traits.
Detection and identification of avian mycoplasmas by polymerase chain reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphism assay.
The new white paper, "Advanced Detection of Mycoplasmas: How Real-Time PCR Analysis Helps Save Time and Money for Biopharmaceutical Manufacturers," explores relevant mycoplasma characteristics, established testing solutions, and the use of real-time PCR analysis as an alternative testing method for fast, preliminary mycoplasma detection.
Manhas and colleagues (1) reported genital mycoplasmas in HIV-infected men with urethritis calling attention to the emerging area of genitourinary Mycoplasma infections.
In the biopharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, contamination with mycoplasmas, viruses and prions can result in losses worth millions if they are detected too late due to a lack of warning signs or inadequate contamination checks.
There are no standardized tests to evaluate the in vitro susceptibility of mycoplasmas to medicinal plant extracts.
Professor Lida Mattman's knowledge of cell wall deficient bacteria and of the strange group of divergent organisms called Mycoplasmas has been invaluable to most researchers interested in this field.
65) Commercial vaccines have been examined for contaminating microorganisms, and one study found that approximately six percent of commercial vaccines were contaminated with Mycoplasmas.
In a study published in the January 2008 issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, researchers from the University of Alabama--Birmingham Medical School and the Drexel University College of Medicine found that genital mycoplasmas are a frequent cause of congenital fetal infection.
Mycoplasmas are the smallest free-living microorganisms.