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In recent years, several studies have linked Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) with airborne transmission, both through the analysis of outbreaks (Farrington et al.
25- to 30-nm virus particle associated with a hospital outbreak of acute gastroenteritis with evidence for airborne transmission.
Controlling airborne transmission of diseases may depend on many factors, including the number of organisms released from an infectious source, the number of organisms and exposure time required to produce an infection, and the environmental conditions for the organism to remain viable.
Hermann (2007) states, "Inconsistent replication of airborne transmission under experimental conditions suggests that we do not understand the conditions required for its occurrence.
celatum infection in immunocompromised as well as immunocompetent persons should be kept in mind, considering the possible airborne transmission and the close contact between the animals and their owners.
He warns, "If this virus ends up being passed through airborne transmission, the entire planet could be affected.
Evidence for airborne transmission of Norwalk-like virus (NLV) in a hotel restaurant.
This paper reports a study on the airborne transmission of the infectious disease(s) in the mock-up of a Boeing 767-300 aircraft cabin, using a tracer gas method with a high temporal resolution.
Diseases normally transmitted through touch, including black plague and smallpox, gain airborne transmission capability when "saddled" with the Ames strain.
However, we continue to think that the airborne transmission of P jirovecii from the grandfather to the grandmother and the infant is the most probable explanation based on genotype data.
To the Editor: Currently, animal and human studies favor an airborne transmission pattern for Pneumocystis pneumonia (1).

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