RIFRReportable Injury Frequency Rate (work statistic)
RIFRResearch Institute of Forests and Rangelands
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(44.) Sven Runnstrom, 'Director's Report for 1948', RIFR 29 (1949): 3, 9.
Grimas, 'The Bottom Fauna of Natural and Impounded Lakes in Northern Sweden (Ankarvattnet and Blasjon)', RIFR 42 (1961): 183-237; Ulf Grimas and Nils-Arvid Nilsson, 'On the Food Chain in Some North Swedish River Reservoirs', RIFR 46 (1965): 31-48.
Nilsson, 'The Niche Concept and the Introduction of Exotics', RIFR 62 (1985): 128-135.
Furst, 'Results of Introductions of a New Fish Food Organisms into Swedish Lakes', RIFR 1981.
coli DA11782 (mcrA, [DELTA]mrr-hsdRMS-mcrBC, [DELTA]lacX74, deoR, recA1, araD139[DELTA] [araleu] 7697, galK, rpsL, endA1, nupG, rifR).
We thank Noemi Nogrady for providing the Escherichia coli J5-3 RifR strain.
The use of polymerase chain reaction-single-stranded conformational polymorphism (PCR-SSCP) to study rpoB gene mutations in rifampin-resistant (RIFr) Mycobacterium tuberculosis has yielded contradictory results.
Thirty-five strains were rifampin resistant (RIFr), and 11 were rifampin sensitive (RIFs).
The 35 RIFr isolates had MIC values as follows: two isolates had an MIC of 2 [micro]g/mL; six of 8 [micro]g/mL; one of 16 [micro]g/ mL; one 32 [micro]g/mL; two of 64 [micro]g/mL; two of 128 [micro]g/mL; eight of 256 [micro]g/mL; one of 512 [micro]g/mL; two of 1,024 [micro]g/mL, and ten of 2,048 [micro]g/mL.