SPORE


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SPORESingapore
SPORESpecialized Programs of Research Excellence (National Cancer Institute)
SPOREStupid Person On Rental Equipment (ski area term)
SPORESolid Phase Organic Reaction
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To improve the control of botulinum neurotoxin-forming clostridia, it is imperative to comprehend the mechanisms by which these spores germinate.
To test durability and efficiency of the trap, we used it to determine the spore rain in an area near the Malila River in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico.
Denise Reinke, MS, NP, MBA, SARC President and Chief Operating Officer commented, "The SARC SPORE presents an unprecedented opportunity for advancement in the diagnosis and treatment of sarcoma.
Scientists at The Ohio State University set out to enhance the lethality of PATP against pressure- and heat-resistant spores of B.
Researchers were unable to detect spores in TB cultures and demonstrated that the TB bacterium doesn't even contain genes related to those needed to produce spores.
The most engaging stories are truly the ones people create themselves, and we can't wait to see how players not only craft and explore the Spore universe, but hear what stories they have to tell as a result," she added.
Chitinase (pH 6, 24[degrees]C) was used before chitosanase (pH 5, 37[degrees]C), and chitosanase was used before chitinase to degrade spore walls.
Compared with regular-strength nutrients, double-strength nutrients seemed to work rather ineffectively in inducing Bt spore germination.
It could be a dietary ingredient, as in food allergies, a grain of pollen, as in seasonal allergic rhinitis (aka, hay fever), or a mold spore, as in perennial, or year-round, allergies.