nonpathogenic


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non·path·o·gen·ic

(non-path'ŏ-jen'ik)
Not causing disease.
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Given what has been stated above, the aim of the present work is to assess, in tomato plants, the antagonist effect of nonpathogenic Fo47 on the pathogen Forl, where two bioassays were used in which, the investigated mechanisms involved the direct antagonism, including a competition for nutrients and root colonization, using a temporal separation of the antagonist and the pathogen on the one hand and inducing systemic resistance to the tomato plant, using a physically separation of the antagonist and the pathogen to the same plant root level with a split root method on the other.
monocytogenes and closely related nonpathogenic species is a pathogen, and that makes it difficult to reconstruct the evolution of pathogenicity in Listeria.
The researchers tested their compounds on Bacillus subtilis, nonpathogenic bacteria very similar to Staphylococcus aureus (known as MRSA), and Bacillus anthracis, which causes anthrax.
Nonpathogenic and weakly pathogenic RHDV-related strains have also been described.
Probiotics are defined as nonpathogenic living microorganisms, including some commensal bacterial flora, which have beneficial effects on host health and disease prevention and/or treatment.
assemble 29 chapters that review HIV research, covering the origins and evolution of HIV, the HIV replication cycle, pathogenesis, latency, host-virus interactions, host immune responses, HIV-1-related central nervous system disease, nonpathogenic simian immunodeficiency virus infections, and transmission, as well as vaccines, cell and gene therapies, antiretroviral drugs, microbicides, and behavioral strategies for treatment and prevention.
Probiotics are nonpathogenic bacteria that may improve immunity when ingested, particularly in regard to gastrointestinal disease.
avium, was believed to be nonpathogenic in poultry.
It is associated with severe underlying illnesses leading to translocation of otherwise nonpathogenic bacteria in the bloodstream.
The virus is found in the gut of Diadromus pulchellus (Hymenoptera) and is thought to be nonpathogenic toward D.
Applegate's virus, which is grown in a nonpathogenic lab strain of E.
Divergent TLR7 and TLR9 signaling and type I interferon production distinguish pathogenic and nonpathogenic AIDS virus infections.