Allen, therefore, identified the first two divisions of the zygospore as the heterotypic and homotypic
divisions of chromosome reduction (i.
co-morbidity, which refers to the co-occurrence of disorders from the same diagnostic group, such as the co-occurrence of substance use disorders like AUDs and DUDS.
and Heterotypic Epitope-Specific Antibody Responses in Adult and Infant Rotavirus Vaccines: Implications for Vaccine Development.
adhesion of neutrophils.
Cationic Lipid-DNA Complex Adjuvant (JVRS-100) Combined with Heat-Inactivated Whole Virion Influenza Vaccine Confers Protection Against Homotypic
and Heterosubtypic Lethal Challenge (Program #132, Abstract #1)
However, the homotypic
fusion mechanism of EFF-1 is clearly different to that of viral fusion proteins.
Challenge studies have also shown that recently infected volunteers are susceptible to heterologous strains sooner than to homotypic
challenge, indicating limited cross-protection (11).
N acetylglucosaminyltransferase V expression levels regulate cadherin-associated homotypic
cell-cell adhesion and intracellular signaling pathways.
When IgY against a rotavirus strain homotypic
to the challenge virus (MO strain) was administered in the mice, complete protection against rotavirus infection was achieved.
The physical context of previous stress exposure modifies hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal responses to a subsequent homotypic
13,14) Although limited information is available on the biological functions of JL1, previous studies demonstrate that anti-JL1 antibodies induce homotypic
aggregation of thymocytes (15) and play an important role in the positive selection of thymocytes.
This type of co-morbidity is sometimes referred to as homotypic
comorbidity or dual dependence (Stinson et al.