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species specificity

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agalactiae were slightly cross-reactive within the species specificity.
In human and animal probiotic research, species specificity of the probiotic strain is considered essential for effectiveness.
To test species specificity to substrate complexity and years, we use Indval (Dufrene and Legendre, 1997).
Therefore, the species specificity of this interaction mirrored the known infection profile of P.
The objective of the current study was to determine the closely related rodent species through karyotypic study, determination of chromosomal variabilities and chromosomal abnormalities along with morphologic identification of them that will help to identify the species specificity as reservoir host of cutaneous leishmaniasis in an endemic area to control the disease in future.
Four challenges arise from scientific and technical aspects of the antibody drug format: drug target limitations, biodistribution limitations, species specificity issues, and limitations to the route of administration and four challenges are based in the commercial and clinical use of antibody drugs: cost of goods, product differentiation within the antibody market, competition from small molecule drugs, and price sensitivity of clinical acceptance.
Species specificity and sensitivity of a PCR-based assay for Perkinsus marinus in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica: a comparison with the fluid thioglycollate assay.
The distribution continuum of isolates of diverse host species and geographic origin was consistent with a lack of species specificity and suggests that B.
In other situations, there is evidence that PPAR[alpha]-dependent effects exhibit profound species specificity, with rodents being very sensitive and humans being much less sensitive, if not refractory (e.
At first, a guinea pig antigen (2-7) yielded both sensitivity and specificity lower than those of EmA; therefore, human recombinant tTG (8-11) was introduced to improve diagnostic accuracy and to overcome problems such as species specificity and cross-reactivity to contaminant proteins.
Thus no species specificity in the stereochemistry of the sperm-releasing pheromone of the Laminariales has yet been found.