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Studies after stroke have found lower levels of free-living physical activity than normal.
That's the fewest cell types known for a free-living animal.
Few clinicians and microbiologists in Italy are aware of the disease and the potential danger presented by other free-living, pathogenic species of amebas, such as Acanthamoeba and Balamuthia.
Proceedings of the Xth International Meeting on the Biology and Pathogenicity of Free-Living Amoebae; 2003 Oct 5-10; Ciudad Obregon, Mexico: ITSON-DIEP; 2003.
The contract is for delivery of oral rabies vaccine to free-living red foxes to the needs of the province.
Conservation of endangered species, both free-living and captive, has been jeopardized by infectious disease outbreaks in the past (10).
The service dump aircraft vaccine for vaccination of foxes free-living.
In August 2006, we collected 19 free-living hatch-year Mallards that were positive for LPAI virus by real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RRT-PCR) in combined oropharyngeal and cloacal swabs.
cholerae "provides a starting point for understanding how a free-living environmental organism emerged to become a significant pathogen," Fraser and her colleagues say.
We report the first case of bovine tuberculosis in a free-living Iberian lynx (Lynx pardina), an extremely endangered feline, from Donana National Park in Spain.
Contract award: delivery of oral rabies vaccine for immunization of free-living red foxes
Alimentary habits of free-living Psittaciformes vary significantly among different species.