CLFA

AcronymDefinition
CLFAConservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance
CLFACounty Labor Force Availability (San Diego, CA)
CLFAChrist Love for All (Christian youth movement)
CLFACooperation Laser Franco-Allemande
CLFACulture, Language, and Function Accommodation (various locations)
CLFACentre Laser Franco Allemand (French: Franco German Laser Center; France)
CLFACharnley Low Friction Arthroplasty (hip surgery)
CLFACalifornia Licensed Forester Association
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aureus investigational vaccine group, Pfizer, has already designed vaccine by addressing virulence mechanisms associated with CP5, CP8, ClfA and MntC and declared that anti-ClfA antibodies can completely inhibit S.
aureus isolates carried at least two virulence genes and almost all the isolates contained clfa (100%, 112/112) and hla (99.1%, 111/112) genes.
Interestingly, amplification using the four primer pairs of clfA, clfB, sdr and spa were able to distinguish the tested strains according to their corresponding PFGE pulsotypes (sensitivity, specificity, PPV and NPV = 100%) (Figure 1).
The CLFA reports that the members of its association provided a total of CZK63.68bn.
Caracterizacion molecular de aislamientos representativos de los clones prevalentes Origen/denominacion SAMR-CA Portacion SAMR-HA CAA A2 A1 Bra Cord Ped ST 5 5 5 239 5 5 SCCmec IV IV IV III I IV agr II II II I II II ACME - - - - - - sea + - + - - - seb - - - - - - sec - - - - - - sed - - - - - - see - - - - - - seg + + + - - + seh - - - - - - sei + + + + + + sej - - - - - - hlg + + + + + + luk-PV + - + - - - ica + + + + + + fnbA + + + + + + fnbB - - - + - - fib + + + + + + clfA + + + + + + clfB + + + + - + SAMR-HA: Staphylococcus aureus resistente a meticilina adquirido en el hospital SAMR-CA: Staphylococcus aureus resistente a meticilina adquirido en la comunidad.
The genome of the MRSA isolate encoded three hemolysin genes (hlb, hld and hlg2) and five adhesion genes (clfA, clfB, fnbA, efb and icaA) (Fig.
(10) Moreover, all the isolates were submitted to PCR (11) for detection of virulence factor genes: sea (Staphylococcal enterotoxins type A), seb (Staphylococcal enterotoxins type B), sec (Staphylococcal enterotoxins type C), PVL (Panton-Valentine Leukocidin), ClfA (clumping factor) and Spa (IgG-binding region and the X-region of protein A).