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  • adj. Of or pertaining to mycobacteria

Etymologies

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mycobacteria +‎ -al

Examples

  • This is particularly relevant in chronic infections such as mycobacterial diseases (that include tuberculosis) and

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  • "mycobacterial" gene pool (e.g. PE and PPE proteins, MCE and YrbE proteins, lipoprotein LpqH precursors).

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  • It's worth noting that Mycobacterium spp do have SOS systems (most bacteria do) but that they aren't required for many of the known mycobacterial mutations. but we must believe that RMs must be able and creative enough to create a built-in machinery that can invent new enzymes required for chemical resistance!

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  • It's worth noting that Mycobacterium spp do have SOS systems (most bacteria do) but that they aren't required for many of the known mycobacterial mutations.

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  • I'm not sure what you are referring to by 'known mycobacterial mutations', but the main polymerase responsible for induced mutagenesis in M. tuberculosis including antibiotic resistance following infection

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  • The clinical diagnosis can also be made difficult by associated diseases such as cryptosporidium, disseminated cryptococcosis, cytomegalovirus infection or mycobacterial infection.

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  • Buruli ulcer is estimated to be the third most common mycobacterial infection in the world after tuberculosis and leprosy.

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  • Item: No infertiles; no disabled; no one over 30, except on the crews; no one under 17; no one with a family history of cancer, insanity, epilepsy, mycobacterial infection, opposition to the Matriarchy, or about two hundred other genetic or possibly genetic defects; no one with a personal history of (nearly five thousand) medical conditions; no one convicted of a major crime.

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  • "We continue to believe Arikace™ has the potential to be an important treatment option for CF patients and those suffering from non-tuberculous mycobacterial NTM lung disease based on the efficacy and safety data generated from our phase 2 clinical trial program," said

  • Industry Canada's Industrial Technologies Office formerly Technology Partnerships Canada has contributed to the development of Bioniche's mycobacterial cell wall technologies by means of a C$9.6 million loan to be repaid by Bioniche from sales.

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