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Overall, most of the bacteria that were found in the isolates were Escherichia coli (54.
However, the viral isolate came not from the Southwest, but from the Deep South.
Aldagen's proprietary products identify and isolate unique populations of adult stem cells with the potential to revolutionize treatments of cardiovascular disease and degenerative diseases.
The similarity between pet and human isolates has led to speculation that pet MRSA is closely linked to human MRSA and that the source of MRSA in pets may often be colonized humans.
Serotyping of European isolates of Chlamydia psittaci from poultry and other birds.
Phylogenetic evidence of widespread distribution of genotype 3 JC virus in Africa and identification of a type 7 isolate in an AIDS patient.
Previous studies have found that PFGE is a good measure of genotypic relatedness between Enterobacter sakazakii isolates (3).
Genotypic variation in the Bordetella pertussis Virulence Factors pertactin and pertussis toxin in historical and recent clinical isolates in the United Kingdom.
The corresponding isolate, A/Turkey/ Suzdalka/Nov-1/05, from turkey spleen was highly pathogenic for chickens in the laboratory intravenous pathogenicity index test.
Gene sequence-based criteria for identification of new rickettsia isolates and description of Rickettsia heilongjiangensis sp.
Phylogenetic analyses of the N gene indicated that this virus clustered with TOSV strains circulating in Italy and Spain but is most closely related to isolates from Italy (Figure).
The turkey farm was located across the road from a swine farm at which pigs concurrently exhibited ILI, although virus isolates were not available from those pigs.