interstrain

interstrain

(ˈɪntəˌstreɪn)
adj
(Biology) biology existing or occurring between two strains
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In contrast to frequent interstrain and interspecies transmission of resistance plasmids by conjugation or transduction, only a relatively low rate of spontaneous horizontal transfer of SCCmec elements is assumed, resulting in still-manageable and controllable MRSA rates if prevention measures are adequate (20-24).
The relationship between mineral elements in mushrooms and soils from the different sampling sites can be an important contribution to the certification process and seem to be related to the substrate effects from interindividual or interstrain differences.
The integration confers a level of specialization and contributes to interstrain genetic variability and genome diversity.
Due to the interstrain gene content diversity, it has become crucial to analyze several strains of a given bacterial species or genus to identify the core genome that contains the desired universal protective antigens [28].
We note that corresponding enrichment for this pathway was also found in the same direction based on differential gene expression (see Excel Table S3), providing evidence that interstrain differences in this immune system pathway were regulated at the chromatin level.
Physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling of interstrain variability in trichloroethylene metabolism in the mouse.
Interstrain and interspecific crosses between Pectinophora gossypiella and P.
(1986) Interstrain differences in susceptibility to liver carcinogenesis initiated by N-nitrosodiethylamine and its promotion by phenobarbital in C57BL/6NCr, C3H/HeNCrMTV- and DBA/2NCr mice.
Mark, "Effects of interstrain renal transplantation of NaCl-induced hypertension in Dahl rats," Hypertension, vol.
Analysis of interstrain variation in cytomegalovirus glycoprotein B sequences encoding neutralization-related epitopes.
It is noteworthy that there is an interstrain difference in the copy number of pfmdr-1 gene that it reaches its upmost values in both Dd2 and FCB strains of Plasmodium falciparum.