Plaque-reduction assay (PFU), cytopathogenic effect (CPE), immunoassay (ELISA): The antiviral activity of Bioaron C[R] was measured with plaque-reduction assays (Cooper 1955) in plaque forming units (PFU) for FluA (H1N1, H3N2), FluB
(Yamagatal, Beiying) and Para 3, RSV, HRV 14, CA9 or with analyses of a cytopathogenic effect (CPE) for Adeno 5.
Bush's State of the Union speech was a "flub
," as in "mistake," and that he finally is taking responsibility for it is another rotten lie.
As they waste time, flub
opportunities, and underachieve, so do their companies.
In the Roundup: Amid a debate full of substance, GOP presidential hopeful Ted Cruz had a rare flub
. Plus, a federal appeals court ruled against a controversial Obama administration immigration program, and researchers identified the top 100 congested roads in the state.
Sounds pretty bad--another flub
by the flubmeister.
31 ( ANI ): It is common to make small errors while giving a job interview, but there's a stark difference between your typical flub
and a major fail.
#1 SHE SPILLS ONE OF YOUR BIGGEST SECRETS TO ANOTHER BUD.
One of the few podium speakers not to flub
lines was a non-pro, Toyota's senior VP and general counsel Dian Ogilvie, who joked she has a script to pitch, "The March of the Inconvenient Penguins."
Futterman & Associates (RKF) has been named the exclusive leasing agent for "The flub
," a major new mixed-use project being developed by Related Retail Corporation at Third Avenue & 156th Street in the Bronx, according to David Rosenberg and Barry Fishbach, executive vice presidents at Robert K.
Here, the phrases spoken are reflections on their experience of estrangement from the "loving man" of the title, the husband and father parted from his family both by personal and political changes; but the players laugh involuntarily as they flub
Thanks to Fleming's flub
, diseases like pneumonia, meningitis, and scarlet fever are no longer killers.
was the talk of Twitter, with some suggesting that the mixup was racially motivated.
Clearly better judgment wasn't used; this was a major, idiotic flub
WASHINGTON -- The Environmental Protection Agency's fight to clean up water pollution is getting a splash of pop culture, thanks to a flub
involving reality TV star Kim Kardashian.