type strain

type strain

the nomenclatural type of a species or subspecies.
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Amplification products obtained from the recA gene of the representative strains of group E and the type strain are shown in Figure 3.
The protection induced by CEO and TCO vaccines was evaluated when administered at 14 days of age alone or in combination with the B 1 type strain of NDV (B1) and/ or the Arkansas (ARK) and Massachusetts (MASS) serotypes of IBV vaccines.
In this study, we examined 15 isolates of T4 lineage along with one additional type strain of T4 lineage by FAFLP with a single primer combination.
Metal foil type strain gage (Type EC-AL-5-GF 1-350-L), made in Japan with gage length 5mm, width 1.
Though it has similarity with the type strain Streptomyces nogalator for incapability to utilize inositol and sucrose, at the same time they are marginally distinctive with respect to non utilization of raffinose.
Novartis said first results with the H1N1 wild type strain showed it was quicker to make the vaccine through cell-based than through egg-based production, and it had completed its first batch weeks earlier than expected.
The identification of sequenced isolates was performed according to the highest sequence identity with the type strain of Vibrio species when the limit value of intraspecies variability ([greater than or equal to] 98%; Stackebrandt & Embley 2000) was achieved.
The molar teeth of the wild type strain showed little wear, clearly visible cusps and only marginal wear on the cusp apices (Figure 2).
The CLSI includes in its 2006 antimicrobial-susceptibility testing documents (page 73, footnote C) a type strain that can be used for these purposes; but if you test several in your own laboratory, you will find these strains.
The average fecundity of this wild type strain of zebrafish was around 13 eggs/female, which is about 50% lower than that in some other inbred lines that have been selected for growth and reproductive output (Eaton and Farley 1974; Ensenbach and Nagel 1997).
A distortion strip, consisting of a stainless steel shim stock instrument with thin-foil type strain gauges has been developed that, when attached to the pattern, can determine the direction, extent and timing of distortion to a pattern during compaction.