bacillary dysentery

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an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteria

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The sudden emergence in 2010 of an anthrax outbreak in remote villages in Bhutan could be linked to heavy rainfall, which may raise B.
Animals were exposed to Bacillus anthracis spores and treated with a single dose of ETI-204 (8 or 16 mg/kg IM) at 18, 24 or 36 hours after challenge with aerosolized B.
We obtained identical allelic variants for the sheep and shepherd (farmer) isolates, demonstrating that the patient's cutaneous lesion was caused by the B.
thuringiensis are genetically closely related to B.
Human anthrax in its various forms (inhalational, cutaneous, and gastrointestinal) is historically a disease of those with close contact with animals or animal products contaminated with B.
The new vaccine will include material from the capsule that normally shields B.
Significantly, the DNA signatures we've discovered are found in all of the diverse strains of B.
Currently, there has been little or no effort to evaluate the possible recombination between B.
Popovic is the Subject Matter Expert for anthrax, brucellosis, melioidosis, and glanders for the National Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Network and runs the BSL-3 laboratory designed and established to develop expertise in isolation, identification, rapid diagnosis, and molecular subtyping of B.
However, this outbreak was not the first report of death caused by B.
Small, infecting viruses dramatically alter the survival capabilities of B.
However, antibiotic therapy, while useful, is associated with a number of limitations, including: (1) lack of activity against the toxins produced by the B.
The study also tested the effectiveness of MB against three commonly used B.