MOTT

(redirected from Motts)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

MOTT

(maht),
Acronymic used to describe mycobacteria other than Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M. bovis, and M. africanum (M. tuberculosis complex).
See also: atypical mycobacteria.

MOTT

Mycobacteria other than M tuberculosis An acronym for non-TB mycobacteria–eg, M avium-intracellulare complex, M chelonei, M kansasii, M malmoense, M xenopi; the ratio of MOTT:M tuberculosis reflects the population; it is ↓ in the indigent. See Runyon classification, Tuberculosis.

MOTT

(mot)
Acronym used to describe mycobacteria other than Mycobacterium tuberculosis (q.v.), M. bovis (q.v.), and M. africanus (M. tuberculosis complex).

MOTT

mycobacteria other than tuberculosis.
References in periodicals archive ?
Of the options up for consideration, Mott chose a restrained style inspired by elements of the English Renaissance period, in contrast to some of the more ostentatious estates of the time.
Mott was fascinated by history and genealogy, and enjoyed researching and collecting artifacts from his own family lineage.
Tragedy struck the Mott family in 1924, when Ethel suffered a fatal fall from a second-story window.
Later, when the Great Depression descended upon the nation, Mott used his own personal funds to keep Flint's Union Industrial Trust-Savings Bank afloat--an action that ultimately cost him more than $1 million.
Ever the romantic, Mott sought love again after Ethel died.
Then, in 1932, Mott had a chance meeting with a distant cousin while on a trip out west.
s example, Ruth established a charitable entity--later called the Ruth Mott Foundation--as a means of providing financial support to causes that were important to her.
Mott passed away peacefully in 1973 at a Flint hospital.
After her passing, the Ruth Mott Foundation opened the gardens and grounds occasionally for public tours, and began to preserve and protect the historic house.