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subtype

1. A gene that has a small mutation in its nucleotide sequence.
2. An organism that carries or expresses an allele with a minor variation that distinguishes it from other members of the species.
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16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pork producers now have access to a comprehensive diagnostic kit designed to test production animals for swine influenza virus (SIV) subtypes with the launch of the VetMAX(TM)-Gold SIV Subtyping Kit, the industry's only U.
Influenza A virus-positive specimens were further subtyped by reverse transcription PCR with an avian influenza A virus subtype primer set reported previously (10).
Before the investigators could interpret the WGS results for epidemiologic use, they had to define how much genetic variability defines a subtype of C.
The centre said with frequent international travel, more imported human cases of Novel influenza A infections, such as influenza A (H6N1) or influenza A (H10N8) or other subtypes, may occur in Hong Kong, along with the five imported H7N9 human infections detected locally so far.
Today, given that the Basal-like subtype is the majority of TN patients, I believe that if we are to make therapeutic progress against TN disease, we are going to need to target the unique biology of the Basal-like subtype," said Dr.
Six distinct subtypes of triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) that respond differently to chemotherapy have been identified by researchers.
Five patients were homozygous for the B*2705 subtype and one patient was homozygous for the B*2704 subtype.
But the most significant unanswered question is whether the ADHD diagnosis will continue to have subtypes.
To search for endogenous estrogens that may have preferential binding affinity for human estrogen receptor (ER) alpha or beta subtype and also to gain insights into the structural determinants favoring differential subtype binding, we studied the binding affinities of 74 natural or synthetic estrogens, including more than 50 steroidal analogs of estradiol-17beta (E2) and estrone (E1) for human ER alpha and ER beta.
The studies were conducted among patients infected with HIV subtype C and the OraQuick test was shown to be 100% accurate, with the OraSure test being 98.