genomovar

ge·no·mo·var

(jē-nōmō-var)
Term used to denote bacteria within a genus that are genotypically distinct but cannot be differentiated based on phenotypic characteristics.
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Genomovar ascription by RFLP analysis of the 16S rRNA gene grouped all the isolates under genomovar II.
In order to develop rapid tests to determine the genomovar status of BCC isolates, nucleotide sequence polymorphism in two genes, the 16S rRNA gene (16S rDNA) and recA gene has been examined, and only recA based typing has been found useful to identify BCC strains from both environmental samples and sputum as well as to identify other Burkholderia species.
We are looking forward to using PCR technology in many more areas, including virus detection, unculturable agents, rapid detection of agents of septicemia and of bioterrorism, antibiotic resistance and genomovar identification," Dr.
Strains being developed for agricultural use seem to cluster in genomovar V.
Comparative assessment of genotyping methods for epidemiologic study of Burkholderia cepacia genomovar III.
Evaluation of species-specific recA-based PCR tests for genomovar level identification within the Burkholderia cepacia complex.
abscessus isolates belonged to genomovars T, -5a, and -6, with a slightly higher prevalence of genomovar T (Table).
5%) were from genomovar III and included all strains that clustered in individual centers and appeared to be transmitted from patient to patient.
cepacia complex were recovered from 447 patients in 8 of the 10 provinces; 369 (83%) of these patients had genomovar III and 43 (9.
We did not include these divergent genomovars (genetic lineages) in subsequent SNP and phylogenetic analyses.
At least five genomovars (discrete species) constitute what has recently been designated the "B.