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Synonyms for pathogenic

able to cause disease

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SH3TC2 pathogenic variants were first identified to cause autosomal recessive (AR)-CMT1 in 12 Germany families by Senderek et al .
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs confirmed it detected the highly pathogenic H5N6 strain in the excrements of wild birds in Anseong and Cheonan on Dec.
pdf) Highly pathogenic strains of bird flu, though rarer, are greater cause for concern than low pathogenic strains.
This study was designed to track monitoring the main pathogenic bacteria carrier status such as Salmonella spp.
If the relevant communication options are prevented, the bacteria cannot develop their pathogenic properties.
This is the first time using such a large dataset to unravel the prevalence of pathogenic mtDNA mutations in healthy individuals," said Ye.
We analyzed whether nasal and throat colonization with potentially pathogenic bacteria is related to body height and BMI in both sexes.
If some pathogenic problems are really involved with the decline of the wild abalone, it is important to monitor pathogenic status of wild abalone to increase natural population.
The highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1 is already panzootic in poultry, with attendant economic consequences.
It is the pathogenic strainsthat scientists from around the world consider here, looking at theorganism itself, pathotypes, and virulence factors.
The European Commission proposes to expand the zones under surveillance in Italy following the detection of three cases of highly pathogenic H7N7 avian influenza in this country.
The prevalence of pathogenic bacteria in fecal matter, urine and blood of common shrew (Suncus murinus) inhabiting poultry farms was studied.
In 2006, a new, highly pathogenic PRRS emerged, characterized by high fever (41[degrees]C-42[degrees]C), skin discoloration/ reddening, high incidence of illness (50%-100%), and high proportion of deaths (20%-100%) in pigs of all ages.
Plant pathogenic bacteria; genomics and molecular biology.