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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of mycobacteria

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Derived Form of mycobacteria

root word: mycobacterium
plural: mycobacteria
Noun: mycobacterium
rod-shaped bacteria some saprophytic or causing diseases
Type ofeubacteria, eubacterium, true bacteria,
Typesleprosy bacillus, Mycobacterium leprae, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, tubercle bacillus,
Part ofgenus Mycobacterium,

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  1. mycobacteria, such as the mycobacteria that caused
  2. actually, not quite them, but other mycobacteria have on the order of
  3. about a million bases or so. Mycobacteria, M. genitalia has
  4. like Leishmania, salmonella, and mycobacteria,
  5. to studying anaerobic mycobacteria from the soil.
  6. But here the bacteria is Mycobacteria which cause Tuberculosis Meningitis
  7. but also mycobacteria have lipid droplets.
  8. mycobacteria and so forth.
  9. This is also true for Mycobacteria leprae,
  10. having trained at Harvard, has a background in leprosy and atypical mycobacteria and is
  11. using these same approaches, the persister phenomenon in Mycobacteria,
  12. We had a rather strong bias at the outset that the persister phenomenon in Mycobacteria
  13. apparently does not apply to Mycobacteria.
  14. Mycobacteria, in this case in a microfluidic device.
  15. prior to the addition of drug, this simply isn't true in Mycobacteria.
  16. responding to ampicillin, but it is not true for Mycobacteria responding to isoniazid.
  17. In contrast, in Mycobacteria
  18. Whereas, in Mycobacteria, those persisters reactivate almost immediately
  19. positives. A false positive result may be caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria or previous
  20. Mycobacteria are an interesting bunch, theyre slender, rod-shaped, and need oxygen to survive,