serovar


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se·ro·var

(sē'rō-var),
A subdivision of a species or subspecies distinguishable from other strains therein on the basis of antigenicity.
Synonym(s): serotype
[sero- + variant]

serovar

(sîr′ō-vär′, -vâr′, sĕr′-)
n.

se·ro·var

(sēr'ō-vahr)
A subdivision of a species or subspecies distinguishable from other strains therein on the basis of antigenic character.
Synonym(s): serotype.

serovar

(ser'o-var?) [ serological variation]
Variants within a species defined by variation in serological reactions.
See: biovar; morphovar
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Linear regression analyses of the LPS freeze-dried assay using L borgpetersenii serovar Ballum concentrations ranging from 10 ng to 1 fg of total nucleic acid (2 replicates for each of eight 10-fold dilutions) demonstrated the robustness of the assay.
2006) among sewage workers in North Kerala, India demonstrated serovar Betaviae and Djasiman as predominant serovars which was similar compared to this study (17).
Recently, Zuerner, Alt, and their colleagues at NADC--veterinary medical officers Mitchell Palmer and Steve Olsen and microbiologist Tyler Thacker--examined the commercial version of the vaccine for its ability to provide short-term and long-term protection against experimental serovar Hardjo infection.
Evidence exists that the immune response is serospecific (Zhang 1989, Villeneuve 1994) which allows for reinfection with other chlamydial serovars or with the same serovar after antigenic mutations in the outer membrane protein (MOMP) (Morre 2000).
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Results for 74 isolates taken at random from plots A-H indicated Mbandaka 14+ (39/74) and Montevideo (26/74) were the most common serovars found in biosolids, while Hessarek (11/11) was the only serovar isolated from sheep 3313 (Table 2).