ST5Space Technology 5 (nano-satellite program)
ST5Suppression of Tumorigenicity 5 (genetics)
ST5Sequence Type 5 (microbiology)
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ST5 includes steady-state thermal simulation technology based on Femap (the pre-and post-processing system) and NX Nastran (finite element analysis).
Support for multi-body modeling lets ST5 users merge or split imported geometry into a single part or multiple parts, depending on manufacturing needs.
ST5 recognizes holes on imported models, such as straight bore, counter sunk, and counter bored.
A new "slot" command helps in creating sliding assemblies; drop in a center line and ST5 takes over generating the slot within existing geometry and mating the parts that slide within that slot.
Del mismo modo, en ninguno de los clones hospitalarios pertenecientes al ST5 (pediatrico y cordobes) se encontraron los genes sea ni luk-PV.
El clon CAA (ST5) y el subtipo A1 de la poblacion de portadores presentaron un patron de genes de toxinas caracteristico y el mismo perfil de genes de adhesinas, ademas de los genes ica, hlg y agr de tipo II.
Nuestros hallazgos muestran la existencia en nuestro medio de un clon perteneciente al linaje ST5, con demostrada plasticidad para adquirir nuevos genes y establecerse en distintos ambientes.
aureus (MRSA) strains found in pig farmer isolates had STs (ST5 and ST8) previously reported in MRSA (available from 222.mist.
ST5 was the most predominant (21.4%), followed by ST188 (12.5%), ST59 (8.9%), ST398 (8.0%), ST1 (6.3%), ST630 (4.5%), and ST121 (4.5%).
ST188 (17.5%) followed by ST398 (10.0%) and ST5 (10.0%).
There was a strong association observed between ST and spa types: the ST5 type was primarily associated with t2460 (66.7%, 16/24), the ST188 type with t189 (85.7%, 12/14), the ST59 type with t437 (90%, 9/10), the ST1 type with t127 (85.7%, 6/7) and the ST630 type with t377 (100%, 5/5).
Prevalence of the ST239 clone of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and differences in antimicrobial susceptibilities of ST239 and ST5 clones identified in a Korean hospital.