nonpathogenic


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nonpathogenic

(ˌnɒnˌpæθəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med not pathogenic, that does not cause or produce disease
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Researchers reported in Nature Medicine that they have engineered a nonpathogenic strain of Escherichia coli that can treat lymphoma tumors from the inside.
Comprised of twelve erudite and informative articles by experts in the field, "Plant-Pathogenic Acidovorax Species" also considers nonpathogenic plant-associated or free-living species of Acidovorax.
According to the company, Bifidobacterium is obligatory anaerobe which exists as enteroflora in the human body and known as nonpathogenic bacteria.
Bifidobacterium is obligatory anaerobe which exists as enteroflora in the human body, and known as nonpathogenic bacteria.
THURSDAY, July 12, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Intratumoral infusion of recombinant nonpathogenic polio-rhinovirus chimera (PVSRIPO) can be delivered safely and is tied to higher survival rates than those of historical controls, according to a study published in the July 12 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
For the safety consumption, it makes sense to investigate whether there is some difference between the growth profile of pathogenic and nonpathogenic V.
vitis (Ti) infections of mother plants and nursery stocks of grapevine in Okayama Prefecture, Japan, revealed that there were numerous nonpathogenic strains isolated on selective medium.
Two weeks after the third immunization, the mice were infected intraperitoneally with a lethal dose of nonpathogenic S.
Differential expression of a virulence factor in pathogenic and nonpathogenic mycobacteria.
Cocci were presented by nonpathogenic cultures--classes Diplococcus (23.833.3%), Streptococcus (23.8-28.6%), including [alpha]-streptococcus (9.5-14.3%), [gamma]-streptococcus (4.8%) and [gamma]-staphylococcus (14.3-19.0%).
Cross-contamination of nonpathogenic avian influenza with a highly pathogenic H5N1 strain should not derail preparations for the upcoming influenza season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced July 11.
Given what has been stated above, the aim of the present work is to assess, in tomato plants, the antagonist effect of nonpathogenic Fo47 on the pathogen Forl, where two bioassays were used in which, the investigated mechanisms involved the direct antagonism, including a competition for nutrients and root colonization, using a temporal separation of the antagonist and the pathogen on the one hand and inducing systemic resistance to the tomato plant, using a physically separation of the antagonist and the pathogen to the same plant root level with a split root method on the other.