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  • We are studying examples of natural protection against infection, such as HIV-exposed but uninfected individuals (EU) and the placental barrier against HIV in-utero transmission; or of natural protection against disease, such as HIV controllers (HIC) and animal models of non-pathogenic infection (African Green Monkey, AGM/SIVagm).

    Françoise Barré-Sinoussi - Autobiography

  • "Our results show that, at least for urinary tract infections, cranberry juice targets the right bacteria - those that cause disease - but has no effect on non-pathogenic organisms, suggesting that cranberry juice will not disrupt bacteria that are part of the normal flora in the gut," Camesano said.

    Cranberry Juice Prevents Urinary Tract Infections

  • In lab experiments, SPAMS was tested against four types of materials terrorists might use - spores of a non-pathogenic strain of Bacillus anthracis (anthrax); diethyl phthalate (a nerve agent surrogate), natural cobalt powder (a surrogate for Cobalt 60 and other radioactive metals) and RDX (a high explosive).

    SPAMS - a Universal Detection System for Threats

  • The fundamental rationale for the use of probiotics is to displace potentially pathogenic microbes or to supplement the beneficial CE action of existing non-pathogenic microbes in the intestines of an individual.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Safety - the microorganism chosen as the components of a probiotic must be non-pathogenic and non-toxic

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The first E. coli O157 infection was reported in 1982, which makes it likely that the bug mutated from a non-pathogenic E. coli around that time.

    Another reason to eat grass-fed beef | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • These are lovely - but can I request some non-pathogenic bacteria, too?

    Pseudomonas aeruginosa

  • Erasmus emphasised the cholera was non-pathogenic and no infection in humans had yet been detected.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Interactions between non-pathogenic soil microorganisms and plants.

    Chapter 8

  • It is non-pathogenic to vertebrates, and it is relatively easy to produce and isolate in usable quantities (Henry, 1981).

    Chapter 8

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