incubation period


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incubation period

n
(Pathology) med the time between exposure to an infectious disease and the appearance of the first signs or symptoms. Sometimes shortened to: incubation
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Noun1.incubation period - the period between infection and the appearance of symptoms of the disease
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
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incubation period

n (Med) → Inkubationszeit f

incubation period

n(periodo di) incubazione f
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Following infection by a tick bite, the incubation period is usually one to three days, with a maximum of nine days.
The incubation period for smallpox is generally 12 to 14 days, which means a person may not show signs of infection for around two weeks, according to the Mayo Clinic.
According to Excelsior Bio-System (EBS), Inc., its kit can diagnose in 10 minutes if a live hog has contracted ASF, even if the animal is still in the incubation period, through detecting the presence of antibodies against the ASF virus protein p30.
"Kasi maaring at the time of departure, maayos pa yung nararamdaman ng pasyente or nasa incubation period pa sya, so kahit sa border screening hindi makikita iyon," he explained.
Therefore, the objective of the study was to determine the effect of incorporating different fiber sources of varying levels to pig diets on the composition and odors emitted from slurry storage over a 16 day incubation period.
Four startups were said to pitch their ideas at the event in a 'Shark Tank' format as they showcase how their ideas have developed during their incubation period at i2s.
Candidates must be foreigners living in Korea and planning to register their proposed business in Seoul during the incubation period or who have started a business within the year before the application date.
However, in light of the potentially long incubation period of listeriosis and the challenges relating to large-scale nationwide recall processes, further cases are likely to occur.
Differences were observed between groups in incubation period, eggs of G2 (LED) had lower (Pa$?0.05) incubation time (hr) than G1 (control).
They focused on changes in a factor called "extrinsic incubation period (EIP)" of the dengue virus by taking into account daily and monthly mean temperatures in these areas.