MLEE


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MLEE

Abbreviation for multilocus enzyme electrophoresis.
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infantum, hecho que es consistente con los resultados del perfil isoenzimatico obtenido por MLEE y demuestra la equivalencia de estos metodos de identificacion, para este caso particular.
En este sentido, aunque la tecnica MLEE es mas laboriosa y requiere del previo aislamiento de la cepa, sigue siendo la tecnica de referencia para la clasificacion taxonomica de especies del genero Leishmania (OMS, 2010) y confirmar la presencia de parasitos viables.
meningitidis serogroup B stratified by sero-subtype were randomly selected and analysed by MLEE. In the collection of serogroup B isolates, 4 of the 13 enzyme loci were monomorphic and 9 were polymorphic for two to four alleles.
In both epidemics periods a clonal structure could be defined by means of MLEE, a characteristic of the population biology of this bacterium during epidemic waves of disease.
The MLEE results indicated that plants fell into two distinct lineages (I and II) separated by a genetic distance of 0.91 (Fig.
Interestingly, the MLEE data showed that this isolate (fourth from the top of Fig.
The MLEE method used was as previously described (8-10); the electrophoretic mobility of 15 constitutive enzymes was analyzed.
Both serogroup A isolates from the 2000 outbreak were confirmed as subgroup III (ET-734, ST-5 with PFGE patterns characteristic for the "first pandemic wave" (14); serogroup W-135 isolates from the 2000 outbreak belonged to the ET-37 complex, as defined by MLEE, and were designated as the (W)ET-37 clone (29).
There was a tremendous mlee in the Plymouth area on 51 min-utes, when first Sugden and then Twiss had shots blocked, before Adams dispatched the ball to safety.
Multilocus enzyme electrophoresis (MLEE) has been the reference method for global epidemiology of Neisseria meningitidis.
meningitidis have been assigned to a limited number of clonal groupings, historically by multilocus enzyme electrophoresis (MLEE) (4) and currently by multilocus sequence typing (MLST) (6).
aureus, based on the classic multilocus enzyme electrophoresis (MLEE) method used to study the genetic variability of a species.