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For example, in 2003 FDA rejected the use of the most appropriate H3N2 strain, A/Fujian/411/ 2002, and instead again used the same strain as in the 2002 formulation.
If the same band pattern is found in samples from different sources, it indicates that it is the same strain of bacteria, and confirms the point of origin of the infection outbreak.
Despite the low prevalence of Beijing strains in our area, we found 2 patients infected by the same strain (Figure), which suggests transmission between them.
Three of the strains have been sequenced more than once and differ by as many as 8 nt within the same strain.
Sequences from different passages of the same strain were sometimes as different from each other as they were from other strains (29), suggesting that sequence heterogeneity observed was the result of culture adaptation, making it impossible to determine how homogeneous the pandemic viruses actually were.
Aeromonas also occurs in groundwater (6,10,11), and in a single well, the same strain can persist for years (11).
Three of those groups included only isolates derived from the same composite water sample, suggesting multiple isolations of the same strain.
tuberculosis adds important pieces to the construction of such a transmission puzzle; persons who harbor the same strain of M.
We have the same strains as Jackson and Charles River Japan, but we have a better record for supplying mice quickly and with less risk to customers in Japan.
Kolenbrander also sees evidence of competition, similar to situations in other branches of ecology, among bacteria that coaggregate with the same strains.
The patterns obtained by AP-PCR and PFGE (Xba I- and Spe I-digests) were almost indistinguishable; however, when DNA of the same strains was analyzed by PFGE after digestion with Avr II, differences were detected.