pathogenicity in English
A risk group is characterized by the pathogenicity of the organism, the mode and relative ease of transmission, the degree of risk to both an individual and a community, and the reversibility of the disease through the availability of known and effective preventive agents and treatment.
Activities of such a programme would include prophylaxis, studies on pathogenicity and virulence, diagnostic techniques, aerobiology, detection, treatment, toxinology, physical protection, decontamination and other related research.
The work was focused on pathogenicity and toxicity studies, characteristics of agents and methods of their production at the laboratory scale.
Acute toxicity and/or pathogenicity and infectivity.
Acute inhalatory toxicity, pathogenicity and infectiveness
Any pathogenicity and infectivity to man and animals under conditions of immunosuppression
Bacteria always control pathogenicity with quorum sensing.
diseases caused and mechanism of pathogenicity including invasiveness and virulence,
Earthworms: acute toxicity and/or pathogenicity and infectivity
Fish - acute toxicity and/or pathogenicity and infectivity