Did you mayhaps mean nonpathogenic?
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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).”
“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.”
“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).”
“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.”
“Safety - the microorganism chosen as the components of a probiotic must be non-pathogenic and non-toxic”
“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.”
“These are lovely - but can I request some non-pathogenic bacteria, too?”
“Erasmus emphasised the cholera was non-pathogenic and no infection in humans had yet been detected.”
“Interactions between non-pathogenic soil microorganisms and plants.”
“It is non-pathogenic to vertebrates, and it is relatively easy to produce and isolate in usable quantities (Henry, 1981).”
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