Bacteriaemia Bacterially

Bacterial

Meanings and phrases

bacterial

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adj.
  1. relating to or caused by bacteria

bacterial plaque

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n.
  1. a film of mucus and bacteria deposited on the teeth that encourages the development of dental caries; dental plaque

bacterial toxin

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n.
  1. any endotoxin or exotoxin formed in or elaborated by bacterial cells
n.
  1. a chronic bacterial infection of the endocardium and heart valves; symptoms develop slowly

bacterial infection

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E.g.
  • They are usually caused by a bacterial infection.
  • Septic arthritis is due to a bacterial infection to the joint.
  • The diseases are caused by specific types of bacterial infection.

bacterial infections

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E.g.
  • It has played a role in a number of outbreaks of fatal bacterial infections.
  • Ampicillin has been used extensively to treat bacterial infections since 1961.
  • There are a number of effective treatments for many strains of bacterial infections.

bacterial cell

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E.g.
  • The lysozyme enzyme can also damage bacterial cell walls.
  • It forms the fibrillar matrix on the bacterial cell surface.
  • Around the outside of the cell membrane is the bacterial cell wall.

bacterial species

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E.g.
  • ADK has also been identified in different bacterial species and in yeast.
  • A bioinformatics tool BPGA can be used to characterize the Pan Genome of bacterial species.
  • RpsF leader RNA RpsF leader is a conserved RNA structure, widely distributed to many bacterial species.

bacterial growth

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E.g.
  • Sodium hydroxide (lye) makes food too alkaline for bacterial growth.
  • were able to inhibit bacterial growth, and even to cure bacterial infections in animals.
  • It is bacteriostatic (it impairs bacterial growth, but does not kill bacteria directly).

bacterial cells

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E.g.
  • As few as 15 bacterial cells can cause food-borne illness.
  • In eukaryotic and some bacterial cells the replisomes are not formed.
  • Ehrlich noted certain dyes would color human, animal, or bacterial cells, whereas others did not.
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