Moi

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MOI

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Ministry of Information (now superseded by COI)

Moi

(mɔɪ)
n.
Daniel T. arap, born 1924, president of Kenya since 1978.
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Canine, human, feline, and chicken cells were infected at a multiplicity of infection of 0.
50]) and/or bacteria (at a multiplicity of infection - MOI of 200) were applied to HUVEC monolayers as follows: purified cytotoxic factor and septicemic E.
a) The mRNA level of KLF-4 in LA-4 cells which were infected with 0,1, or 5 multiplicity of infection (MOI) KLF-4-overexpressed (Ad-KLF-4) or control (Ad-Con) adenovirus for 12 hours.
Furthermore, the frequency of multiplicity of infection using the selected marker genes was low when compared with the African parasites (4).
The following information was sought for from the selected papers: year of publication; level of malaria transmission or endemicity of malaria; genetic diversity determined using MSP-1 and/or MSP-2 as genetic markers; multiplicity of infection (MOI) which is the presence of multiple concurrent genetically diverse clones in an infection; if the study reported other factors such as red cell polymorphism, drug resistance and/or immune response in the context of genetic diversity; and conclusions from the studies.
Semiconfluent Hep2 cells were infected with an orthopoxvirus (vaccinia virus, VV, strain NYCDH) at a multiplicity of infection of 0.
Cell monolayers were infected with a multiplicity of infection of 0.
7] 50% egg infectious dose/mL) at a multiplicity of infection of 0.
The effect of phage (SA, SANF and SA2) antibacterial activity on the bacterial growth was tested in commercial pasteurized milk at 25degC and 37degC, at multiplicity of infection (MOI; the ratio of phage concentration/bacterial concentration) of 100.
The epithelial cells were infected with the bacterial strains at a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 1:1 for the adhesion and invasion assays.
n, intranasal; SD, standard deviation; S, sinister; R, rectus; MOi, multiplicity of infection.