This type of plague
is reportedly fairly common in such areas and can be devastating to prairie dog populations, which are a key cog in the ecosystem.
has 2 primary clinical forms, bubonic and pneumonic (5).
The difficulty of determining provenance, much less the kind of biographical detail that would confirm that a given piece was written in response to the plague
per se, forces Chiu largely to occupy the realm of conjecture insofar as he wishes to discuss concrete pieces of music.
in Paradise: The Black Death in Los Angeles, 1924 is a historical novel set during the documented 1924 outbreak of pneumonic plague
in Los Angeles.
is spread to humans through a bite from an infected flea.
Epidemic Strikes Madagascar." That recent New York Times headline might sound like the synopsis of a horror movie.
Since his death, the plague
has spread, infecting Madagascar's two largest cities, Antananarivo and Toamasina.
The tenth plague
provides a context for the epidemiological analysis.
The elaboration of this work was based on a literature review based on PubMed, Medline Science Direct, and Google Scholar databases, of English, French, and Portuguese articles published between 1970 and 2017, using the terms bubonic plague
, bioterrorism, Europe, America, Africa, Middle East, Yersinia pestis, and overview history, in relevant references cited in those articles, and our evidence of two human plague
outbreaks which have occurred in Angola, from November 1973 to March 1974 and from January to March 1975.
Biotechnology company iBio (NYSE MKT:IBIO) reported on Monday the receipt of the new Canadian plague
patent under its iBioModulator thermostable immunomodulator protein portfolio.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 22, 2016-iBio awarded another patent for plague
Our recent feature told how the plague
descended on Newcastle 380 years ago with devastating consequences.
Mark of the Plague
: A Blackthorn Key Adventure, Book 2.
Outbreaks of plague
have been recognized in Zambia since 1917 (1).