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Auxotroph

aux·o·troph (ôk s -tr f, -tr f ). n.

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Mutagenesis and Enrichment of Auxotrophs in Penicillium
An efficient method for isolation of auxotrophs of Penicillium chyrysogenum involving time produced 99.7% kill and an auxotroph fre- quency of 13%.
Isolation and Characterization of Pyridoxine Auxotrophs of
A pantothenate auxotroph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is highly
Here we report that an auxotrophic mutant of M.
Survival strategies of a sterol auxotroph
Amino Acid Transport in a Polyaromatic Amino Acid Auxotroph of

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NZ malaria drug passes first stage trials
"The parasite is relatively unusual in that it's a purine auxotroph, meaning that it sources organic compounds known as purines from its host," Dr Evans says.

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Auxotrophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An auxotroph is an organism that displays this characteristic; auxotrophic is the corresponding adjective.
auxotroph: Definition from Answers.com
auxotroph ( ) n. An organism, such as a strain of bacteria, that has lost the ability to synthesize certain substances required for its growth and.
auxotroph - definition of auxotroph in the Medical dictionary - by the
aux·o·troph (ôk s -tr f , -tr f ). n. A mutated microorganism having nutritional requirements that differ from those of unmutated microorganisms from the same strain.
auxotroph - definition of auxotroph by the Free Online Dictionary
aux·o·troph (ôk s -tr f, -tr f ). n.
Auxotroph | Define Auxotroph at Dictionary.com
Auxotroph definition, a mutant organism, esp. a microorganism, that has a nutritional requirement not shared by the parent organism. See more.

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