carrier strain

car·ri·er strain

a bacterial strain that is contaminated with a bacteriophage of low infectivity.
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AEZS-120 is a live recombinant oral allogenic cancer vaccine candidate based on Salmonella typhi Ty21a as a carrier strain.
These include applications for managing training and participation in special agreements as well as to GebE-hrenordnungs- and cost carrier strain.
Furthermore, safety pharmacology and toxicology data suggest that the profile of AEZS-120 is similar to the approved carrier strain and, therefore, pave the way for Phase 1 clinical testing.
In all, the non-clinical studies suggest that the safety and toxicological profile of AEZ-120 is similar to the approved carrier strain S.
The safety pharmacology and toxicology experiments suggest that the profile of AEZS-120 is similar to the approved carrier strain and, therefore, pave the way for Phase 1 clinical testing.
Distribution of serogroups and sequence types in disease-associated and carrier strains of Neisseria meningitidis isolated in China between 2003 and 2008.
In-vitro bacteriocin-mediated antagonism by oral streptococci against human carrier strains of staphylococci.
Of 80 healthy persons in the patients' villages, 28 (35%) carried meningococci; 20 of 21 W135 carrier strains were ST-2881.
Until now, most strains with a genotype closely related to ST-2881 were carrier strains (8).
Although most European and American isolates were highly diverse, one clonal grouping was identified in sporadic disease and carrier strains isolated over the last 2 decades in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United States.