sublethal dose


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sublethal dose

a. dosis subletal, cantidad insuficiente de una sustancia para causar la muerte.
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On the 15th day, 1 hour after the administration of the compound, the mice were subjected to a sublethal dose of 6 Gy EBR.
with either a sublethal dose (15mg/kg) or a lethal dose (30 mg/kg) of ConA, and the working concentration of ConA is 1mg/mL (Sigma-Aldrich, USA).
Furthermore, we transplanted a low-responder liver into a high-responder recipient and treated the recipient either before (to BN rats) or after the transplantation (to LEW rats) with a single sublethal dose of LPS.
Otherwise the rooting issue of disseminating antibiotics at a sublethal dose will continue to threaten public health.
In the early 1890s, Emil von Behring used serum from a hyperimmune horse (challenged with sublethal dose of Corynebacterium diphtheriae) to develop equine diphtheria antitoxin (DAT), which seemed to confer passive immunity to patients with diphtheria (2).
It is a dose- and time-dependent phenomenon in which effects are displayed as a result of exposure to a certain sublethal dose range of an applied pesticide.
On the other hand, antibiotics administered via systemic route reach to infected site in a sublethal dose as biofilm prevent penetration of antibiotics.
Thus, a first exposure to a sublethal dose does not cause the death of intraguild predator, but when he devours his prey, he is exposed to a second dose of lambda-cyhalothrin, which causes his death (Mc Murtry et al., 1970; Singh et al., 2004, Gibbs, 2009).
"It's possible that marmots drink a sublethal dose, or that they have an enzyme that allows them to drink the stuff," he says.
They also gave the animals a high, sublethal dose of radiation twice each week to generate free radicals -- reactive molecular fragments that produce cellular damage that mimics aging.
Zeller, "A sublethal dose of LPS to pregnant rats induces TNF-alpha tolerance in their 0-day-old offspring," American Journal of Physiology, vol.