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free from germs or pathogenic organisms

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Colonization of Lactobacillus acidophilus in gnotobiotic chicks.
To demonstrate this point, investigators conducted experiments in which they transplanted the gut microbiota of either ob/ob mice or lean mice to lean gnotobiotic mice.
Gnotobiotic assay or growth pouch study (GPS) with maize revealed that with control experiment less amount of IAA production were recorded (0.
Gnotobiotic models for study of the microbial ecology of Clostridium difficile and Escherichia coli.
Tlaskalova-Hogenova outlined her decades of research using gnotobiotic animals, which has documented that germ-free animals are at greater susceptibility to diseases ranging from type 1 diabetes mellitus to atherosclerosis, while gut dysbiosis contributes to inflammatory bowel disease and ankylosing spondylitis.
Viraemia and nasal and rectal shedding of rotavirus in gnotobiotic pigs inoculated with human rotavirus.
aureus with Tet (K) MDR pump Tea catechin Oxacillin MRSA Totatrol Methicillin MSSA, MRSA Berberine 5'-Mehoxyhydnocarpin Nor (A) mutant (Berberis plant) Green tea extract Levofloxacin Escherichia coli 0157 in gnotobiotic mouse model Craneberry juice - Helicobacter pylori extact Blueberry, Grape seed and oregano extract Oregano and Lactic acid Vibrio cranberry extract parahemolyticus Isoflavone Mupirocin MRSA Bidwillon B from Erythrina variegata [alpha]-Mangostin Vancomycin MRSA and Vancomycin enterococci Gentamycin Aqueous crude Tetracycline Streptococcus sanguis, khat extracts Fusobacterium nucleatum Corilagin from [beta]-Lactams such as MRSA Arctostaphylos oxacillin.
Use of microalgae and bacteria to enhance protection of gnotobiotic Artemia against different pathogens.
Simons M, van der Bij AJ, Brand I, de Weger LA, Wijffelman CA, Lugtenberg BJJ (1996) Gnotobiotic system for studying rhizosphere colonization by plant growth-promoting Pseudomonas bacteria.
As with monkeys, pigs designated as potential organ "donors" would need to be housed in gnotobiotic facilities.
Synthetic, tractable microbial communities will be formulated and analyzed under gnotobiotic conditions.
Also, a human GIL4 NoV strain has been found to replicate and cause clinical signs and lesions in experimentally-infected gnotobiotic pigs and calves (20,21).
However, the development of nucleic acid based detection methods like 16S rRNA sequence analysis, and the availability of gnotobiotic (germ free) experimental laboratory animals, have served as broad tools to assess these mutualistic partnerships (5,8).
The role of the eaeA gene in diarrhea and neurological complications in a gnotobiotic piglet model of enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection.