lytically


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lytically

(ˈlɪtɪkəlɪ)
adv
(Microbiology) in a lytic manner or involving a lytic phage
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These herpesviruses replicate both lytically and latently; most infections are latent in the nervous system and lymphoid tissue.
Here, updating our previously published method, we describe a number of improvements in sample cleanup and handling along with improvements in chromatography, sample ionization, and mass detection that have created a faster, ana lytically more sensitive and more robust assay capable of processing large sample cohorts in a timely fashion.
Herich and Lux (1985) observed in Lilium henryi that the orbicules get connected with the tapetal plasmalemma and then become lytically active.