serotypic


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serotypic

(ˌsɪərəʊˈtɪpɪk)
adj
of or relating to a serotype
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However, there is no serotypic discrimination between strains because the ability of human serum to neutralize diverse MERS-CoV strains, including the EMC/2012 strain, does not differ (14).
Determination of phenotypic, Serotypic and Genetic Diversity and antibiotyping of Yersinia ruckeri isolated from Rainbow Trout.
Serotypic distribution shifts have been previously reported among different regions.
Serotypic analysis is the predominant mean by which pathogenic strains are differentiated.
We speculated that the serotypic determinant of PEN 19 aided in the production of anti-GM1 antibodies by GM1-like LOS, and that the serotypic determinant of PEN 2 helped in the production of anti-GQ1b antibodies by LOS that bears GQ1b epitope.
GAS was classified on the basis of serotypic diversity of the M protein, a major virulence factor.
Serotypic characterization identified 35 patients being positive for Den-2, 27 for Den-3, 10 for Den-4, and 8 patients positive for Den-1.
Role of capsule in serotypic differences and complement fixation by Lactococcus garvieae.
Attaching and effacing Escherichia coli isolated from dogs in Brazil: characteristics and serotypic relationship to human enteropathogenic E.