Diseases can develop to affect new species or can alter to create signs which are more severe but it is rare that a totally new disease
The results will be used to refine existing malaria interventions and inform the development of new disease
The agency also carries out research to support federal and state regulatory agencies, providing the basis for them to devise the best actions and procedures to handle a new disease
And scientists are now working to protect Britain's 200 million English oak trees, many of them in Wales, from the aggressive new disease
which is spread via rhododendron, the main host and source of infection, that succumbs in just a few weeks rather than months.
Almost everyone has now heard of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), a new disease
that can cause a serious and sometimes fatal pneumonia.
THERE seems to be a new disease
on the horizon and it could be fatal, attacking all our runner bean plants.
These offerings facilitate pharmaceutical and biotechnology researchers in their drug discovery and development; including gene discovery, understanding disease pathways, identifying new disease
targets and the discovery and correlation of gene sequence variation to disease.
Indeed, a new disease
paradigm did draw attention to plumbism.
Having samples of HIV on hand for further study could help scientists understand how the new disease
CDFA is committed to support responsible, scientific research to determine the factors involved with this new disease
The new disease
was called EMS, or Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrome, because patients have high levels of white blood cells called eosinophils and muscle pain (myalgia).
With so much talk about innovating new disease
management programs, it is amazing that we forget to acknowledge existing disease management tools like ultrasonography, which has provided measurable benefits for three decades, according to ultrasound expert Darlene Ginnett, Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS).