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blood disease

[′bləd di‚zēz]
(plant pathology)
A bacterial disease affecting the vascular tissues of the banana in the Celebes; believed to be caused by Xanthomonas celebensis and characterized by blighting of the leaves and reddish-brown rot of the fruit.
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Keywords: Banana; Blood disease bacterium (BDB); Kelman's tetrazolium chloride (TZC); Moko disease; Ralstonia solanacearum
A BIRMINGHAM mother and daughter who both suffer from one of the world's rarest blood diseases are appealing to good-hearted Brummies to do their bit and donate blood this Christmas.
A Russian mother, whose husband has lost his job, is desperate to pay the hospital dues of her 18-month-old daughter who has been diagnosed with a rare blood disease.
In this third episode, “PNH-Rare Blood Disease, Simple Diagnostic Test,” Host Ereka Vetrini and the show's Medical Expert Dr.
5 March 2014 - Clarient Diagnostic Services Inc, part of GE Healthcare, has upgraded its fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) technologies to enhance virtual analysis of testing results for various blood diseases, such as leukemia, lymphoma, myelodysplastic syndrome and myeloma, GE Healthcare said Tuesday.
Symptoms and causes Thalassemia is an inherited blood disease, transmitted from generation to generation.
The main objective of the Blood Disease Research Centre is the development of a new, modern, biomedical research centre that will focus its activities on the study of malignant blood diseases," explained Dr Pavlos Kosteas, Executive Director of Karaiskakion Foundation.
REPROGRAMMED skin cells have been used therapeutically for the first time to reverse an inherited blood disease.
FORMER Falkirk manager Alex Totten appears to be winning his battle against a life-threatening blood disease.
The twins run away from home with plans to join the army, but Mamo, who suffers from a debilitating blood disease, becomes ill and must turn back.
On July 4, 1934, at the age of 67, Curie died of aplastic anemia, a blood disease that often results from radiation exposure.
Mr Carpenter, of Marcross Road, Ely, Cardiff, died two days later of blood disease colli cystitis, which surgeons say brought on a heart attack.