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Synonyms for tuberculosis

TB

Synonyms for tuberculosis

an infectious disease producing lesions especially of the lungs

Synonyms for tuberculosis

infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)

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Diagnostic tests company Chembio Diagnostics (NasdaqCM:CEMI) reported on Monday the receipt of US Department of Agriculture's (USDA) USD600,000 grant to develop a POC diagnostic test for bovine tuberculosis (TB) under the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
The aim of this study is, identified bovine tuberculosis animal based on tuberculin skin test; outcome of a recent intradermal infection of PPD on the sensitivity of the SICTT, in a group of cattle naturally infected with bovine tuberculosis.
France has been considered officially free of bovine tuberculosis by the European Union since 2001.
Mr Sheerman said he recognised the "calamity" and "tragedy" of bovine tuberculosis but insisted vaccination of badgers and cattle was the best option.
They will work with farming groups and wildlife charities on the project to investigate the presence of bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in Cheshire wildlife.
Overall 142 programmes have been selected for EU funding in 2014: bovine tuberculosis (about 56 million); transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (42 million); rabies (27.
PILING on more and more dead badgers won't solve the problem of bovine tuberculosis.
But Queen guitarist May, who is leading "Team Badger", said: "Independent scientific studies have shown that culling would be of little help in reducing bovine tuberculosis, and even suggest that it could make things worse in some areas.
WE'RE embroiled in yet another food scare after it emerged meat from cattle contaminated with bovine tuberculosis is being sold on - by the UK Government.
Tens of thousands of cattle that were slaughtered after contracting bovine tuberculosis (bTB) have been sold for human consumption in schools and hospitals.
Bovine tuberculosis is a disease of high economic relevance within the context of livestock farming because it directly affects the productivity of animal and also influences the trade of the animal products.
For years, scientists have been hampered by the fact that any antibody--a protein produced by the immune system to fight infections and foreign substances--used to detect the Johne's disease bacterium also reacted to other environmental bacteria or maybe the pathogen responsible for bovine tuberculosis.
MORE than 28,000 cattle were slaughtered in England last year as a result of bovine tuberculosis, a rise of seven per cent on the previous year, official figures show.
His dairy and cheese factory were once a few yards apart, before the Legislature's 2001 ban on dairy farming permits in El Paso County and a sliver of Hudspeth County - a result of recurring cases of bovine tuberculosis in the West Texas area.
Mark Edward Payne, 45, of The Old Smithy at Brynford near Holywell, Flintshire, admitted moving animals illegally from one holding to another without pre-movement testing for bovine tuberculosis.
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