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Glanders

A bacterial disease characterized by fever, coughing, nasal discharge and sometimes the development of nodules underneath the skin. It can cause death in days or months. Glanders is most common in horses and similar animals but can be contracted by humans. It was used in biological warfare during both world wars.
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There are several proteins responsible for repairing this damage, such as heat-shock proteins (Hsp), metallothionein, glutathione S-transferase and superoxide dismutase (Farcy et al., 2009), which, when expressed under conditions of stress, are vital to the survival of organisms after being exposed to heat stress.
For example, nasal discharge, enlarged lymph nodes, epistaxis and farcy lesion had weights of 22.80, 21.49, 20.89 and 20.81 respectively, for principal component one (PC1).
Bovine farcy causing actinomycetes isolated from zebu cattle in eastern Africa were found to belong to the genus Mycobacterium and not to Nocardia [4-10].
Third, Farcy et al.'s (2006) study did not take measurement of speed into consideration.
The chronic form of glanders in humans is known as farcy.
Police Commissioner Gilbert (Bernard Farcy, pulling out all the stops) mistakes a hotel chambermaid for a terrorist and pegs soccer star Djibril Cisse (himself) as a possible illegal immigrant.
Farcy, a historian of the judiciary system, worked in a dozen archives departementales and in the Archives Nationales in Paris (Ministry of Interior's Fund).
Burkholderia mallei is a gram-negative bacterium causing glanders and farcy in solipeds (1, 2).
Farcy, Jean-Claude et Wijffels, Alain, Code civil 1804-2004 : toutes les versions du Code civil depuis deux siecles, France, LexisNexis, 2004.
Valladolid: Farcy Ediciones, 1999, 175 pp.; Rafael Utrera, ed., 8 calas cinematograficas en la literatura de la generacion del 98.
Gilles Hennessy, currently vice president and general manager of Hennessy, was acting president of the company until the appointment of Roland de Farcy as new president and CEO.