anthracis, plasmids containing capsular (CapB
) and protective antigen (PA) (Christensen et al., 2006).
In pattern II, only one CaPB
emerges from the RA, from which a branch originates that goes to the cranial pole of the kidney; additionally, there is no CrPB for the cranial pole, and the two segmental branches originate directly from the RA (Evan et al.).
Three pairs of primer sets (CAPA, CAPB
and CAPD) were used in the capsular PCR analysis of different isolates of Pasteurella multocida.
The strong cytotoxic and antimicrobial activity of oral rinse #6 might be attributed to cocamidopropyl betaine (CAPB
), an organic surfactant used in cosmetic and cleanser products, that provokes sensitization reactions on skin exposure .
In the 1990s measures of this type were clearly preferred over more complex indicators involving potential output estimates such as the CAPB
(see Alesina and Perotti, 1995; Alesina and Perotti, 1996 and Alesina and Ardagna, 1998).
IMF (2010) utilizes this approach in response to their observation that the CAPB
method "fails to identify consolidations when governments took substantial actions to reduce the deficit but the actions were associated with severe economic downturns." The CAPB
method also does not account for concurrent economic development, such as appreciating commodity or asset prices.
the difference between the estimated CAPB
and the CAPB
needed to achieve sustainable public finances.
The samples have been separately soaking (10 minutes) in three different surfactants solution: i) sodium lauryl ether sulfate, SLES, (anionic), ii) cocamidopropyl betaine, CAPB
, (zwitterionic) and iii) fatty alcohol etoksylate, FAE, (nonionic) for two surfactant mass fractions (1.0%, 2.5%).
Interestingly, IBP-like protein was also identified in the selected Antarctic pseudomonads which have previously been reported to produce ice-active and cold acclimation CapB
These episodes include only those that, once started, resulted in a noticeable improvement in the measure used of the underlying budget position, the cyclically adjusted primary balance (CAPB