Mycobacterium phlei

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My·co·bac·te·ri·um phle'i

a bacterial species found in soil and dust and on plants.
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Effects of inhaled inactivated Mycobacterium phlei on airway inflammation in mouse asthmatic models.
The effect of inhaled inactived Mycobacterium phlei as a treatment for asthma.
Mycobacterium phlei was found to be a promising strain for this purpose (10,11,12).
Mycobacterium phlei cell wall complex directly induces apoptosis in human bladder cancer cells.
Mycobacterium phlei, a previously unreported cause of pacemaker infection: thinking outside the box in cardiac device infections.
It is equally effective against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, along with the acid-fast Mycobacterium phlei and the opportunist fungi Candida albicans and Cryptococcus neoformans.
Properties of energy transducing systems in different types of membrane preparations from Mycobacterium phlei -preparation, resolution, and reconstitution.
Effect of heat killed Mycobacterium phlei on body weight gain and management of caecal coccidiosis in broiler chickens.
Mycobacterium phlei as an oral immunomodulator with Newcastle disease vaccine.
Previous work on biodesulphurization was achieved at temperature as high as 50[degrees]C using thermophilic bacteria such as Mycobacterium phlei WU-F1 and Mycobacterium phlei WU-0103 [7].
Commonly identified organisms such as the Enterobacteriaceae are balanced with views of less frequently seen organisms such as Finegoldia magna and Mycobacterium phlei.
A novel microorganism Mycobacterium phlei has been cultured and used for the flocculation of several mineral fines from dilute suspensions.

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