postinoculation

postinoculation

(ˌpəʊstɪnˌɒkjʊˈleɪʃən)
adj
(Medicine) med occurring after inoculation
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50] of A) low pathogenicity avian influenza virus or B) highly pathogenic avian influenza virus, and nasal washes were collected from each ferret on the indicated days postinoculation (left bars) to assess viral replication.
Effect of preinoculation and postinoculation water-stress on the severity of Phytophthora root rot and yield in processing tomatoes.
ditissima isolates were pathogenic to 3-year-old Gala apple cultivar plants despite of isolates origin and virulence groups were not observed after 20 days postinoculation.
6] trichomonads and then sampled 500 [micro]L from each container at various time points postinoculation (0-20 hours).
Methods: Male Sprague–Dawley rats were treated with or without HBO after glioma cell inoculation and followed for up to 16 days postinoculation.
Testing this possibility more formally, the experiment by Ivanov and his colleagues (2012) finds that participants receiving inoculation treatments exhibit a higher level of negative emotions than those in the control group, which in turn spurs postinoculation conversation about the issue in the treatments.
Detection and serotyping of herpes simplex virus in MRC-5 cells by use of centrifugation and monoclonal antibodies 16 h postinoculation.
On day 4 postinoculation, the seawater was collected and analyzed by quantitative PCR.
In vitro wild-type (left) and transgenic (right) walnut microshoots, 5 weeks postinoculation with crown gall-inducing virulent A.
The GP resultant of substrate fermentation was measured at 6, 12, 24, 48 h postinoculation.
The mice feces were collected on Days 8-12 postinoculation (PI) and mixed with 2.