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bac·te·ri·al

 (băk-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
Relating to or caused by bacteria: a bacterial enzyme.

bac·te′ri·al n.
bac·te′ri·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.bacterially - by bacteria; "spreads bacterially"
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Some two-thirds of Pakistani households drink bacterially contaminated or otherwise compromised water, no surprise when we consider that far too many of our natural waterways are choked with filth.
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As the illness is contracted virally, and not bacterially, using medications like antibiotics are not effective.
38)-40) To map the E3 ligase activity of Hbo1, deletion mutants of Hbo1 were bacterially purified (Fig.
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The seawater tested as bacterially active and showed a slight-to-moderate increase in bacteria species after the 30-day tests under simulated wet park conditions.
Whenever bacterially contaminated raw or partially cooked food is consumed by susceptible population, then there is a chance of detrimental impact on public health (2,3).
Enzyme-linked Immunoassay (EIA) of a bacterially expressed protease indicated that most individuals developed an antibody response to protease.
13, 14) The biological mechanisms involve bacterially induced activation of cell-mediated immunity, which leads to production of cytokines (such as interleukins [IL-1 and IL-6] and tumour necrosis factor alpha [TNF-a]) and the ensuing synthesis and release of prostaglandins (especially prostaglandin E2 [PGE2]).

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