intermediate resistance

intermediate resistance

Infectious disease Partial resistance of a bacterium to a particular antibiotic that falls short of resistance
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New and exciting vegetables for 2018 include Citadel Cucumber (a pickling cucumber with intermediate resistance to Downy Mildew), Grandprize Squash (a high-quality yellow straightneck with an enhanced disease package), Secretariat Pumpkin (offering one of the largest handles available), and many more.
Intermediate resistance levels are expected to be around 8,650 then 9,600.
3] Sequential mutations in Vancomycin Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus (VSSA) led to the emergence of vancomycin heteroresistant-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus (hVISA) and ultimately Vancomycin intermediate resistance Staphylococcus aureus (VISA).
Isolates with resistance or intermediate resistance to oxacillin and/or cefoxitin were submitted to oxacillin screening, as proposed by Rabelo et al.
We found that a single point substitution in ParC (S79F) in 3 different isolates leads to high level resistance (MIC > 32 mg/L) to norfloxacin and intermediate resistance to ciprofloxacin (MIC 4 mg/L).
Nine of the 11 isolates with intermediate resistance to enrofloxacin presented a single amino acid substitution in the GyrA protein (Ser83 [left arrow] Leu), while 18 of the 20 E.
aureus with the intermediate resistance to vancomycin (minimum inhibitory concentration [MIC] equal to 8 [micro]g/ml) was reported from Japan.
Finally, Paint 3 produced intermediate resistance to roll-out while exhibiting "some shear thinning.

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