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The azole-resistant strain (12-99, hereafter RCa) overexpresses the transporter genes CDR1, CDR2
and MDR1, whereas the sensitive strain (2-76, hereafter SCa) has a basal expression of these genes (White et al.
No CDR2 terms enter the model for these nations, suggesting that dynamics of growth are reinforced for recessionary periods.
In fact, for Germany the model with the split CDR definition includes one lag of CDR1 and one lag of CDR2 in place of the one lag of the original CDR.
albicans MDR1, CDR1, and CDR2
genes during both planktonic and biofilm modes of growth.
The claims granted to Connetics cover TCR peptides and functional derivatives encompassing the CDR2
as compositions of matter, formulations (including peptide cocktails) and methods of treatment for T-cell mediated diseases.