абсолютно-патогенный микроорганизм

English translation: unconditionally pathogenic microorganisms

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Russian term or phrase:абсолютно-патогенный микроорганизм
English translation:unconditionally pathogenic microorganisms
Entered by: Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.

14:44 Jan 9, 2017
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Science - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-)
Russian term or phrase: абсолютно-патогенный микроорганизм
Способ оценки микробного спектра эндометрия для этиологической диагностики хронического эндометрита (ХЭ), отличающийся тем, что производят забор фрагмента слизистой оболочки полости матки путем пайпель-биопсии эндометрия с помощью атравматической аспирационной кюретки «Pipelle de Cornier», далее методом ПЦР в реальном времени количественно оценивают значение контроля взятия материала, минимальный пороговый уровень соответствует 104 ГЭ/образец, при снижении данного показателя результат считают недостоверным, общей бактериальной массы, положительный результат при значении более 103 ГЭ/образец, определяют количество геном-эквивалентов микроорганизмов и сравнивают его с пороговым значением (ПЗ), применяя диагностическую панель, включающую Lactobacillus spp., которые не имеют этиологического значения в генезе ХЭ ПЗ=10 3 ГЭ/образец, и ***абсолютно- или условно-патогенные микроорганизмы***, такие как Eubacterium spp.
ПЗ=103ГЭ/образец, Enterobacteriaceae ...

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Arkadii Marchenko
Ukraine
Local time: 22:22
unconditionally pathogenic microorganisms
Explanation:
The opposite of conditionally pathogenic.

conditional pathogens (CP) (Dilemma), and unconditional pathogens (UP) .
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4524116/
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Schematic representation of interactions of three microbial communities (nonpathogenic (NP), conditional pathogenic (CP), and unconditional pathogenic (UP)) with the hosts at three different health statuses (nonsusceptibility (NS), conditional susceptibility (CS), and unconditional susceptibility (US)).
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2008/856314/
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Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
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unconditionally pathogenic microorganisms


Explanation:
The opposite of conditionally pathogenic.

conditional pathogens (CP) (Dilemma), and unconditional pathogens (UP) .
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4524116/
ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc

Schematic representation of interactions of three microbial communities (nonpathogenic (NP), conditional pathogenic (CP), and unconditional pathogenic (UP)) with the hosts at three different health statuses (nonsusceptibility (NS), conditional susceptibility (CS), and unconditional susceptibility (US)).
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2008/856314/

Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 15:22
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