ribotype


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ri·bo·type

 (rī′bə-tīp′)
n.
The RNA component of the genetic material in an organism.

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difficile, NCTC 11209 and ribotype 001/072, survived the simulated washer extractor cycle with an industrial detergent.
After the initial reports of outbreaks of CDI in Europe associated with PCR ribotype 027 (RT027) in 2005 (2), a second incidence study was conducted in 2007, which showed that CDI incidence had increased to 90 cases/100,000 inhabitants (8,276 new cases).
The increasing incidence and severity of Clostridium difficile infections (CDIs) reported since 2001 in the United States and Canada (1,2) have been associated with the emergence of a hypervirulent ribotype 027 (2).
Federica et al., "Risk factors for recurrence in patients with Clostridium difficile infection due to 027 and non-027 ribotype," Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 2018, In press.
difficile ribotype 027 (detected in the same test) and 139/284 were negative for 027 thus classified as non-027 ribotype (Table 1).
The study will investigate the efficacy and safety of MGB-BP-3 in patients with Clostridium difficile-associated disease (CDAD), caused by Clostridium difficile, including the most virulent ribotype, B1/NAP1/027.
Of these species, Alexandrium affine, Alexandrium catenella Group IV ribotype (Alexandrium pacificum), Alexandrium fraterculus, Alexandrium margalefi, Alexandrium minutum, Alexandrium ostenfeldii, Alexandrium pseudogonyaulax, Alexandrium tamarense Group V ribotype (Alexandrium australiense), and Alexandrium diversaporum have been reported (Hallegraeff et al.
To determine if heat could favor the selection of other PCR ribotype 078 isolates, we analyzed the individual survival rates of 94 isolates from the mid-2000s (49 of ribotype 078 and 45 of other ribotypes; ratio, 1.08: 1).
Health Protection Scotland, an agency that monitors infectious diseases, was the first to identify the strain, known as ribotype 332.
su thB at of be wh un of W He ref invB Barry Weldon was part of team that investigated one two hospitals believed to have treated three people who died from the previously unknown ribotype 332 strain the bacterial infection.
Since the early 2000s, hypervirulent strains (particularly PCR ribotype 027, also known as NAP-1 or BI) have been responsible for major outbreaks and subsequent increased mortality in the northern hemisphere, especially North America and Europe (2-4).