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monospecific

 [mon″o-spĕ-sif´ik]
having an effect only on a particular kind of cell or tissue, or reacting with a single antigen, as a monospecific antiserum.
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They did not react with the tested monospecific antisera and phages specific for Brucella and produced no amplicon in the AMOS-PCR.
Based on results it was concluded that Cattle egrets are colonial breeders and colonies were monospecific with no other ardeidae members nesting in the neighborhood.
The following blood tests were also performed: liver function tests; blood lipid levels; immunoglobulin (IG) G (IgG), IgM, IgA, antistreptolysin O, rheumatoid factor, complement C3 and complement C4 levels; testing for the presence of antinuclear antibodies (ANAs), anti-double stranded-DNA antibodies, anti-phospholipase A2 receptor antibodies, c-anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies, and p-anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies; the ratio of blood monospecific free light chain; immunoassay electrophoresis; and hepatitis B and C serology.
This study aimed to evaluate the impacts of monospecific plantations established in pasture areas on the chemical properties of topsoil in the Brazilian Amazon.
Prevention of thromboses in human patients with Bothrops lanceolatus envenoming in Martinique: failure of anticoagulants and efficacy of a monospecific antivenom.
Fin whales were more commonly seen in monospecific groups formed by 3-5 individuals (13 sightings), while humpback whales was more frequently sighted in monospecific pairs (20 sightings).
Surrobodies allow for the facile creation of bispecific therapeutic agents from vast arrays of monospecific agents.
Diverse manufacturing laboratories in the region produce either monospecific or polyspecific bothropic antivenoms (Gutierrez, Higashi, Wen, & Burnouf, 2007).
There are 3 different reagents that may be used: monospecific reagents to detect either bound immunoglobulin G (IgG) or bound complement (C3) and polyspecific reagents that can simultaneously detect IgG and/or C3.
Allelopathy is likely the means by which the soft coral Xenia puertogalerae [3] and the scleractinian coral Porites cylindrica [4] established dominance and developed monospecific stands in some Philippine reefs.
For one of the three species, found close to the northern border of Podocarpus National Park, was established the monospecific genus Acanthoraculus Braun & Morris 2009, and the two genera were united within the small tribe Ecuanedubini.