nonhaemolytic

nonhaemolytic

or

nonhemolytic

adj
(Medicine) med relating to a transfusion reaction in which the red blood cells survive
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aureus 5% 9% Strepto nonhaemolytic 1% 9% Trichomonas vaginalis 30% 9% Table 3: Antenatal Care Cases Control AN Case No % No % Z Significant Booked 84 80.
High-intensity phototherapy for the treatment of severe nonhaemolytic neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.
Detection ofvirulence genes: Representative amplicons of hblA, hblC and hblD encoding the enterotoxin HBL complex and nheA, nheB and nheC encoding the nonhaemolytic enterotoxin of NHE complex, are shown in Fig.
Finally, when the material presents a haemolysis percentage below 2% it is considered as a nonhaemolytic material.
Characterisation of a nonhaemolytic enterotoxin complex from Bacillus cereus isolated after a food borne outbreak.
Nonhaemolytic group B Streptococci of human, bovine and ichthyic origin.
Colony morphology on Brucella blood agar showed white to grey, circular, convex, translucent to semi opaque, nonhaemolytic colony with entire margin (Figure-3a), and in Bacteroides bile esculine (BBE) agar; colonies were larger than 1 mm, circular, entire margin raised, low convex and black colonies (Figure-3b).
But by 1972, nearly all El Tor isolates became nonhaemolytic worldwide (6).