ESPB

AcronymDefinition
ESPBEducation Standards and Practices Board (North Dakota)
ESPBEvropski Sistem Prenosa Bodova (Serbian: European Credit Transfer System)
ESPBEndoluminal Stenosis of Proximal Bronchi (sarcoidosis)
ESPBEPEC (Enteropathogenic Escherichia Coli) Secretory Protein Gene B (microbiology)
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Postoperatively, nephrostomy tubes were placed, and ESPB was performed.
Postoperative multimodal analgesia was performed according to our hospital's acute pain service protocol, which includes oral zaltoprofen (80 mg twice daily) and manual ESPB catheter injection of a 1:1 mixture of 0.75% ropivacaine (10 ml) and saline (10 ml) with epinephrine (1:200,000) every 12 h for 5 days.
Mucosal priming of the murine immune system against entero-hemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 using Lactococcus lactis expressing the type III secretion system protein EspB. Vet Immunol Immunopathol 2013;152(1-2):141-145.
Macmath bought it at a sale in 1900, too late to be included in ESPB. However, while the manuscript was with the Dalrymple family, it was known to and made use of by Robert Chambers, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, and other collectors, so that a few of the ballads in it made their way into ESPB by roundabout routes.
In addition to the eae gene, variants in the tir ([alpha], [beta], [gamma], and [theta]), espA ([alpha], [beta], and [gamma]), espB ([alpha], [beta], and [gamma]), and espD ([alpha], [beta], [gamma]) genes have also been described, whereas the esc and sep genes are more conserved (29,32,37,38).
In this work, we describe 4 variants ([alpha]1, [beta]1, [gamma]1, and [gamma]2) of the tir gene, 4 variants ([alpha]1, [beta]1, [beta]2, and [gamma]1) of the espA gene, 3 variants ([alpha]1, [beta]1, and [gamma]1) of the espB gene, and 3 variants ([alpha]1, [beta]1, [gamma]1) of the espD gene.
Unlike Shakespeare and John Gay, these writers -- Pamela Dean, Elizabeth Pope, Katie Letcher Lyle, and others -- typically encounter their traditional models not in everyday interpersonal socializing or in street-broadsides but in folk-revival singers' record albums and even in scholarly works, such as ESPB itself.
EspB, a protein thought to be involved in pore formation, is transferred to the host cell by this conduit and is found in both the host cell membrane and cytosol (7).
Children infected with EPEC have been shown to have serum immunoglobulin (Ig) G against intimin, EspA, and EspB (11).
Human colostrum contains IgA antibodies reactive to enteropathogenic Escherichia coli virulence-associated proteins:intimin, BfpA, EspA, and EspB. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 1998;27:166-71.
The second stage of EPEC pathogenesis involves the secretion of bacterial proteins, some into the host cell, including EspA, EspB, and EspD (7,8).
Characterization of two virulence proteins secreted by rabbit enteropathogenic Escherichia coli, EspA and EspB, whose maximal expression is sensitive to host body temperature.