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A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.
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The four approved Bordetella Pertussis strains 509,134,10536 and 19190 were being used in the production of Pertussis vaccine.
Real-time LightCycler PCR for detection and discrimination of Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis.
Frequency of unrecognized Bordetella pertussis infections in adults.
A review of the Bordetella Pertussis Infections products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
tested Dromedary contact 20/294 A, slaughterhouse workers A1, camel slaughterers Qatar 4/5 A2, sheep slaughterers Qatar 3/104 (contact with camels/ camel slaughterers) B, central animal market workers Qatar 1/8 C, barn workers at international Qatar 4/22 camel racing track D, camel farm workers Qatar 8/155 No dromedary contact 0/204 E, construction workers Qatar 0/56 F, sheep farmers Qatar 0/10 G, specificity controls G1, recent infection with a GER, NL 0/66 common hCoV G2, suspected infection with NL 0/72 Bordetella pertussis Exposure type, cohort Serum samples tested by [PRNT.
Pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough, is a highly contagious disease caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis (B.
Throat swab samples were independently tested as described (12) by using quantitative real-time PCRs for Streptococcus pneumoniae, Neisseria meningitidis, Bordetella pertussis, and Mycoplasma pneumoniae.
Bordetella pertussis is responsible for 30-50 million cases yearly of the highly contagious respiratory disease commonly referred to as pertussis or whooping cough.
Adolescents and certain adults should be vaccinated against Bordetella pertussis to better protect infants from this deadly organism, the Global Pertussis Initiative has said.
Only then did doctors make the connection between Jane's cough and Bordetella pertussis, the bacterium that causes whooping cough.
Since the early 1960s, Bordetella pertussis has been isolated from the nasopharynx by use of conventional microbiological techniques.