wild-type strain

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wild-·type strain

a strain found in nature or a standard strain.
See also: auxotrophic strains, prototrophic strains.
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Therefore, we designed 2 additional dual-target assays that target 2 separate genomic regions in which vaccine and wild-type strains differ sufficiently from one another (Figure 1, panel A).
The invasion ability of the [DELTA]tolC in THP1 derived macrophages was significantly reduced when compared to the wild-type strain and [DELTA]tolC+ strain of acute strains (p<0.
2) recorded from both naked and covered wild-type strain larvae were noticeably greater and significantly lower, respectively, than recorded from both naked and covered VIENNA 8 strain larvae exposed to D.
Wild-type strains were treated with the chemical mutagen NTG which preferentially induce single mutations in GC nucleotide base pairs (Kinghorn et al.
The HBeAg wild-type strain accounts for 25%-40% of hepatitis B virus (HBV) cases.
A single pancreatic tumor was identified in a wild-type strain of zebrafish (AB mainline) of greater than one year of age.
We constructed strains of the filamentous fungus Aspergillus niger by isolating haploid segregants from a diploid between a wild-type strain and a strain with a marker mutation on each of its eight chromosomes.
falciparum was found in the salivary glands of just 25 percent of the mosquitoes sprayed with the transgenic fungi, compared to 87 percent of those sprayed with the wild-type strain of the fungus and to 94 percent of those that were not sprayed.
One reaction contained a FAM-labeled SNP probe specific for the 292K mutant strain and a second reaction contained a VIC-labeled probe specific for the R292 wild-type strain (online Technical Appendix, wwwnc.
Thus, both the virus in the vaccine and the super-virulent wild-type strain can establish latency within the same animal (13-15).
50] elevation compared to the wild-type strain and was 6x higher than that of the I223R strain when tested in parallel.