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cholera
Lysogenic conversion by filamentous phage encoding cholera toxin.
Lysogenic conversion by a filamentous phage encoding cholera toxin.
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With starvation rampant, disease soon festered, and cholera and typhoid epidemics added to the already high fatalities.
The pre- and post-embarkation procedures, and especially the period of quarantine were thus regarded as essential to the containment of plague and cholera.
The country suffered the re-emergence of diseases such as cholera in 1994 and poliomyelitis in 1996 -1997.
Since 1817, seven cholera pandemics have been recorded.
Secondly, deaths attributable to cholera, smallpox and even some to 'fever' were due to epidemics unrelated to the famine.
One might ask, should polio vaccination or cholera control take precedence in refugee camps?
The singling out of the pilgrims as the main vector of cholera justified the lowering of the restraints on other groups of travellers.
Cystic fibrosis heterozygote resistance to cholera toxin in the cystic fibrosis mouse model.
For more than twenty years - until 1855 in fact, the year of the second great cholera epidemic - there was no major crisis in mortality.
He sent strict orders to the cabinet to prohibit it, citing a cholera epidemic in the capital as justification.
The cholera epidemic of 1849, for example, provided contemporaries with graphic evidence of the tensions that could be generated by unregulated conditions in the towns.
While a wide assortment of organisms cause acute diarrhoea, the occurrence of cholera signifies serious levels of contamination of water.
In connection with the identification apparatus mentioned above, different groups were branded as disease carriers while other cross-border enterprises were regarded as cholera-free.

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