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Gram-negative rods Infectious disease Bacilli that don't absorb gram stain–ie, are pink; most clinically important GNRs are coliforms: Enterobacteriaceae–eg, Escherichia, Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas, Salmonella, Shigella, growth of GNRs usually implies fecal contamination, as in peritonitis due to appendicitis, ruptured diverticulosis, gunshot wound
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TEM images showed that PEGylated GNRs were well dispersed with a narrow size distribution and exhibited a rod shape with an average aspect ratio of 3.8 (93.4 nm in length and 24.8 nm in width) (Figure 2(a)).
According to the zero-gap semiconductor characteristic, the conductance of GNR near the charge-neutrality peak is basically temperature independent for small bias voltages.
Caption: GNR is based on the CSI's Cement CO2 and Enemy Protocol, derived from the WBSCD and World Resources Institute's Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard.
Their ability to emulate GNR has even impressed the original and new line-up of Guns N Roses.
The company said that GNR Traffic Light PNA FISH is the first-ever test capable of simultaneously identifying Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa directly from positive blood cultures in less than 90 minutes.
GNR fans will get their first taste of the band's new material as the "Shackler's Revenge" track appears in the "Rock Band 2" videogame and "If the World" plays over the credits in the Ridley Scott thriller "Body of Lies."
The GNR, along with other lines such as the Union Pacific and Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railways, traversed western lands that had been largely undervalued by Euroamericans.
"Obviously, we are delighted the IAAF have recognised that the Great North Run is one of the world's greatest mass participation races," said David Hart, the GNR media director.
I was always like, "I'm going to get a GNR tattoo," so I got the Appetite cross.
The fieldwork, then, is a process of 3-way checking: attempting to match the GNR data with the topo map features, with on-ground observation.
The move comes almost a year after GNR admitted that ".name registrations now trail other new gTLDs [generic top-level domains] by a dramatic amount", and cast doubt upon the viability of its own business model.