pathotype

pathotype

(păth′ō-tīp) [Gr. pathos, disease, + typos, type]
A disease-causing variant of a microorganism. It is distinguishable from other members of its species by its virulence and by unique molecular markers.
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Among them, linkage group 2 bears two most important QTLs at loci GA16 and TA37 which are thought to be managing the resistance against AB pathotype 1.
Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli hybrid pathotype O80:H2 as a new therapeutic challenge.
Characterizing the pathotype of neonatal meningitis causing Escherichia coli (NMEC).
Occurrence of a resistance breaking pathotype of Meloidogyne javanica on tomatoes in Crete, Greece.
failed to show a positive correlation with geographical origin (Gargouri, Bernier, Hajlaoui, & Marrakchi, 2003) performed genotyping with RAPD markers resolves pathotype diversity in the ascochyta blight and Fusarium wilt pathogens of chickpea in Pakistan.
Since some of the studied pathotypes exhibit differences in host ranges, the question of the pathotype designation has important practical implications for the use of E.
7) Despite its medical importance, SEPEC is a poorly studied pathotype and it is still not known how these bacteria cross the endothelial barrier and gain access to the bloodstream.
In fact, up to now there is no single factor or group of factors characterizing a pathotype, or any exclusive factor(s) that can be considered the hallmark for identification of ExPEC.
International standards for naming pathovars of phytopathogenic bacteria and a list of pathovar names and pathotype stains.