intermediate resistance

intermediate resistance

Infectious disease Partial resistance of a bacterium to a particular antibiotic that falls short of resistance
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Finally, Paint 3 produced intermediate resistance to roll-out while exhibiting "some shear thinning.
Intermediate resistance is the ability of a plant variety to restrict the growth and development of the specified pest or pathogen, but may exhibit a greater range of symptoms compared to highly resistant varieties.
The first culture showed sensitivity to clarithromycin, doxycydine, and linezolid; had intermediate resistance to ciprofloxacin; and was resistant to cefodtin.
One isolate was determined to have intermediate resistance to bacitracin.
It showed intermediate resistance to gatifloxacin (GAT, 5 [micro]g).
The percentages of each antibiotic in terms of resistance, intermediate resistance and susceptibility of all isolates together were calculated.
Isolates showing intermediate resistance to teicoplanin were tested further using a PC20 panel on a Microscan Walkaway 40SI (Dade Behring, CA, USA).
Since neomycin is registered for use by PIANZi, this intermediate resistance probably resulted from neomycin exposure.
9% intermediate resistance among the GAS isolates tested.
Other members of the Enterobacteriaceae family displayed intermediate resistance to various antimicrobials (Table 3 and Table 4).
Eleven isolates had intermediate resistance to tetracycline, and 1 isolate was resistant to tetracycline.
That strain of staph also showed an intermediate resistance to vancomycin, and the baby was treated with other drugs.

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