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Antonyms for germfree

free from germs or pathogenic organisms

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1996) Histochemical, lectin-histochemical and morphometrical characteristics of intestinal goblet cells of germfree and conventional mice.
The five-year-old, who was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, has been confined to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary's germfree Bubble Unit since January as he prepared for the life-saving operation.
where he was Chief, Surgical Metabolism; Director, Basic Surgical Research; and Director, Germfree Research.
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coli, or Clostridium species into germfree mice resulted in a remarkable increase in the levels of biologically active dopamine and norepinephrine.
Originally formed in London in 1976, the original line-up only managed one album, Germfree Adolescents, before splitting in 1979.
The sterilizing, cooking and sealing process are managed by NASA Class 100 standard in order to produce complete germfree packed rice, without adding any chemicals or food addictives.
Mice fed the same diet and colonized with bifidobacteria, meanwhile, remained lean, as did germfree mice.
Use of the germfree animal technic in the study of experimental dental caries.
One loop full of overnight grown Bt culture from LB agar plate was taken and suspended in 1500ul of germfree distilled water, centrifuged at 9,000 x g for 2 minutes at 4degC.
Imbalance of the normal microbial flora: The germfree alimentary tract.
Regular cleaning of your home can also help maintain a healthy, germfree environment and prevent the spread of the virus.
Larsson et al have studied the effect of microbiota on the intestinal epithelial cell gene expression through a systematically microarray experiment in germfree vs.
Virulence of Streptococcus suis type 2 strains in newborn germfree pigs depends on phenotype.