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bacterin

(băk′tər-ĭn)
n.
A suspension of killed or weakened bacteria used as a vaccine.

bacterin

vaccine consisting of killed bacteria.

oral bacterin
prepared from killed cultures of Aeromonas spp. has been used successfully in fish in which individual parenteral prophylaxis is prohibitively expensive.
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In our study, TLR2, TLR4 and IL-12 expression were also significantly up-regulated in all immunizing groups as compared to negative control at every interval which suggest that LPS as a TLR4 agonist and lipoprotein as TLR2 agonist of Phage lysate bacterin augment the immunoprotective mechanism of phage lysate bacterin.
Once the deal closes, Bacterin will change its name to Xtant Medical Holdings Inc.
Bacterin develops, manufactures and markets biologics products used in a variety of applications including enhancing fusion in spine surgery, relief of back pain, promotion of bone growth in foot and ankle surgery, promotion of cranial healing following neurosurgery and subchondral repair in knee and other joint surgeries.
Initially, Bacterin will pay USD1m (EUR710,000) worth of stock in exchange for Robinson MedSurg's assets, including USD500,000 in inventory, commercial agreements and intellectual property.
Influence of maternally derived antibodies on the efficacy of a Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae bacterin.
Live attenuated vaccines generally provide better protection than killed vaccines, and seem to elicit a stronger cell- mediated response than bacterin vaccines (Marsden et al.
Some of the many antigens to consider are corona virus, parainfluenza virus, Lyme disease, various strains of leptospira, giardia, West Nile virus, canine influenza virus, bordetella bacterin, and others.
The vaccine has been developed by the Hualan Biological Bacterin Company of China and will be mass produced in the UAE by the Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries (Julphar) headquartered in Ras Al Khaimah.
Passive immunization of piglets against enterotoxigenic colibacillosis by vaccinating dams with K88ac pili bearing bacterin.
Vaccination with a bacterin helps protect those birds in the flock not yet infected.
The USDA has granted Pfizer a "conditional license" for a vaccine named for the three kinds of bacteria believed to cause most periodontal disease in dogs: Porphyromonas Denticanis-Gulae-Salivosa Bacterin.
The effect of a single dose bacterin against Mycoplasma hyopnemoniae on body weight gain, antibody titers, and degree of lung lesions in piglets from non-vaccinated dams reared in a pig farm with history of mycoplasmosis was evaluated.