nonpathogenic


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non·path·o·gen·ic

(non-path'ŏ-jen'ik)
Not causing disease.
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Screening tests for biological control agents using nonpathogenic R.
In mares with and without systematic sexual contact with stallions after vasectomy vaginal flora was inhabited by various species of nonpathogenic microorganisms.
The agency attributed that incident to the use of unapproved sterilization techniques, the transfer of materials not confirmed to be inactive, the use of pathogenic Bacillus anthracis when nonpathogenic strains would have been more appropriate, inadequate knowledge of peer-reviewed literature, and a lack of standard operating procedure or process on inactivation and transfer to cover all procedures done with select agents in the Bioterrorism Rapid Response and Advanced Technology Laboratory.
Retrieved sequences represent the RHDV groups G1-G6, the nonpathogenic groups, and the new variant (GenBank accession nos.
Additionally, the company claimed Ciclopirox Olamine Vaginal Suppositories can resist or restrain most pathogenic streptomyces, including skin fungus and candida albicans as well as many kinds of nonpathogenic streptomyces, gram negative bacilli and gram positive bacilli.
avium, was believed to be nonpathogenic in poultry.
It is associated with severe underlying illnesses leading to translocation of otherwise nonpathogenic bacteria in the bloodstream.
The virus is found in the gut of Diadromus pulchellus (Hymenoptera) and is thought to be nonpathogenic toward D.
Applegate's virus, which is grown in a nonpathogenic lab strain of E.
Divergent TLR7 and TLR9 signaling and type I interferon production distinguish pathogenic and nonpathogenic AIDS virus infections.
Ribosomal RNA genes of pathogenic and nonpathogenic Entamoeba histolytica are distinct.