The expression levels and signal intensity of these probes in cells is determined by the multiplicity of infection (MOI) value.
What does MOI stand for?
MOI stands for Multiplicity of Infection
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- Model Identification
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- Modern Optical Instrumentation (China State Key Laboratory)
- moiety of infection
- Molecules of Interest
- Moment Of Inertia
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- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (India)
- Ministry of Interior Transition Team (US and Iraq)
- Michigan-Ontario Identification Association
- Minister of Internal Affairs
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- Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (India)
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- Medical Officer In-Charge
Samples in periodicals archive:
After the drug was removed, cells were inoculated with either wildtype (WT) virus, which did not contain the H275Y mutation in NA, or oseltamivir-resistant virus with the H275Y mutation (as positive control) at a low multiplicity of infection of 0.
At higher multiplicity of infections, a slight diminution of the effect was noted.
1 PFU, which is equivalent to a multiplicity of infection of 0.
Confluent monolayers of A172 cells were infected with the Sarafend strain of WNV at a multiplicity of infection of 1.
AY453411) was added at a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 3.
In IFA, monolayers of Vero cells infected with SARS-CoV at a multiplicity of infection of 0.
High-titer phages were obtained by the plate lysis procedure by using the agar overlay method (5) with multiplicity of infection 0.