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    • A recent outbreak of anthrax disease, severely affecting reindeer... ...region because of warming temperatures. Anthrax is a global zoonotic and... ...a new epidemiological model for anthrax transmission that is specifically tailored... ...influence the dynamics of anthrax disease and, specifically,...
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    • ...Gram-positive bacterium responsible for anthrax, an acute infection that... ...despite multi-decade research on anthrax epizootic and epidemic dynamics;... ...of human, livestock and wildlife anthrax outbreaks. With these records,... ...anthracis as a proxy for anthrax risk. We estimate that...
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    • ...to climate and biodiversity disturbance. Anthrax is an archetypal zoonosis that... ...of temperature increases on geographic anthrax suitability in the temperate,... ...learning was used to model anthrax suitability in northern latitudes.... ...warming temperatures for anthrax ecology in northern...
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    • An oral vaccine against anthrax (Bacillus anthracis) is urgently... needed to prevent annual anthrax outbreaks that are causing catastrophic... ...a microencapsulated oral vaccine against anthrax. Evaluating Sterne spore stability... ...spores induced anti-anthrax specific responses in... ...anthrax...
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    • ...of different rat strains administered anthrax lethal toxin is genetically determined... ...the susceptibility of progenitors to anthrax lethal toxin and to maximize... ...tested with varying doses of anthrax lethal toxin. We found... ...differences in response to anthrax lethal toxin. Survival...
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    • Anthrax infection is primarily initiated by... ...protective antigen (PA) based anthrax vaccines is improved by co... ...vegetative cells and completely neutralized anthrax toxins in vivo resulting in... 100 % survival against anthrax toxin challenge. Proliferation of... ...anthrax. Our... ...anthrax...
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    • ...anthracis, the causative agent of anthrax disease, is lethal owing... ...the actions of two exotoxins: anthrax lethal toxin (LT) and... ...we generated cell-type-specific anthrax toxin receptor capillary morphogenesis protein...
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    • Anthrax is considered a serious biowarfare... ...primate model of human inhalation anthrax exposure. The nonavailability of... ...LD50) and pathology of inhalation anthrax in cynomolgus macaques (Macaca... ...and microscopic pathology of inhalation anthrax in the cynomolgus monkey is... ...anthrax...
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    • ...the cause of death in anthrax has been that no lethal... ...of guinea pigs dying of anthrax which is not only lethal... ...but also specifically neutralized by anthrax antiserum. This communication describes...
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    • Anthrax is an ancient and deadly... ...Bacillus anthracis. At present, anthrax mostly affects wildlife and livestock... ...anthracis and the pathology of anthrax in vivo. SapAD comprises... ...in a mouse model of anthrax disease. These findings highlight...
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    • ...responding to terrorist use of anthrax. But structural studies offer...
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    • ANTHRAX is an acute, infective... ...and is caused by the anthrax bacillus, which becomes disseminated... ...disease. Although in this country anthrax is not to be regarded... ...material imported from countries where anthrax is rife. In order... ...the spore of the anthrax bacillus, which is among...
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    • ...of his retirement from the Anthrax Investigation Board for Bradford and... ...Chamber of Commerce, constituted the Anthrax Investigation Board for Bradford and... ...The virulent nature of the anthrax bacillus was a constant and... ...was the first to cultivate anthrax organisms from the wool....
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    • ...panel of Fabs that neutralize anthrax toxin in vitro was selected... ...from human donors vaccinated against anthrax. At least two of... ...these antibodies protect rats from anthrax intoxication in vivo. Fabs...
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