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Nucleotide sequencing of the PCR products and phylogenetic analysis performed as previously described (11) confirmed the identity of the agent as DUVV (Figure), and live virus was isolated from saliva and brain tissue by mouse inoculation.
Storage administrators also believed that by keeping SANs isolated, they could more closely manage and monitor each fabric.
Another geometric modification that can be considered to improve component castability with isolated masses is to reallocate the existing geometric features.
In short, new group members become isolated from past identities, family, other belief systems, information, and finally, from critical thinking.
Furthermore, initial genetic studies of the Mississippi virus, using polymerase chain reaction, indicate that it may be slightly different from that found in the Southwest, says Jahrling, who isolated the virus.
Previous reviews of enterovirus surveillance data have demonstrated that isolates from March through May predict the serotypes likely to be isolated in July through December [1,2].
aureus strains (MRSA) isolated from blood cultures of patients hospitalized in different wards of HCFMB-UNESP between 2002 and 2006 and stored in the culture collection of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, UNESP, were studied.
psittaci strains isolated from symptomatic, hospitalized patients.
That is to say, connecting an isolated PC interface card to an isolated DVCR results in no bus ground noise current flow and a voltage level on the bus ground that is about 1/2 of the total voltage difference between the PC frame ground and the antenna ground.
Panton Valentine leukocidin (PVL) toxin positive MRSA strains isolated from companion animals.
The Southborough group isolated the virus the scientists called SIV.sub.MAC from captive macaques in 1985.
The organism can be isolated from soft tissue or blood samples and grows readily on conventional bacterial culture media.