PBPS

AcronymDefinition
PBPSPost-Boost Propulsion System
PBPSPeacekeeping Best Practices Section (UN)
PBPSPhosphate Buffer Peptone Saline
PBPSPetabit per Second
PBPSParallel Buffered Packet Switch (communications architecture)
PBPSPatient Billing and Payment Solutions
PBPSPetabyte per Second
PBPSPottsville Beach Public School (Gold Coast, Australia)
PBPSPretty Beach Public School (Australia)
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Ken Pearce, a PBPS director said the society and its supporters acknowledge that their plan for a commercial harvest of pinnipeds is a contentious issue and that emotions can run high.
Los genes de resistencia PBPs, se han encontrado en varias especies de estreptococos incluyendo SAG.
Nowadays, worldwide DRP offered are classified in two groups: Incentive-Based Programs (IBP) and Price-Based Program (PBP).
PBPs are similar in structure to payment protection insurance, or PPI, which had been used to dupe a number of customers in other cases.
In this study, we investigate whether two domains in PpPBP have similar functions to those in bacterial class A PBPs using cross-species complementation assays with cyanobacterial PBP in the PpPbp-knockout line ([DELTA]PpPbp).
Consequently, the sequential acquisition of alterations in the PBPs and other genetic determinants are likely the cause of high levels of resistance to the aforementioned antimicrobial agents (15, 16).
Some MDx methods for sepsis determination attempt to address this by including detection of common antibiotic resistance markers such as MecA, VanA, or various penicillin binding proteins (PBPs).
These antibiotics link themselves to constitutive bacterial enzymes, which participate in the synthesis of the cell wall and the Penicillin Binding Proteins (PBPs), avoiding its correct function.
Carbapenem resistance in Gram-negative bacteria can be result of production of [beta]-lactamase enzyme known as carbapenemase, expression of efflux pumps, porin loss, and alterations in PBPs. [1] Recently, organisms belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae, mainly Klebsiella pneumoniae, and the nonfermenter group, mainly Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter species have increased their potential to become extensively drug resistant by acquiring resistance to carbapenems, due mainly to carbapenemases and metallo beta lactamase (MBL) production, [2,3] respectively.
It was not blocked by methicillin and could replace the other PBPs, thus allowing the survival of S.aureus in the presence of methicillin [6-9].
Listeria monocytogenes harbors five penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs), and previous investigation has shown that PBP3 is a target for beta-lactam antibiotics in this bacterium [14].