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Its pipeline includes three anti-infective programs: ATI-1501, a novel taste-masking technology applied in an oral suspension for the treatment for anaerobic infections, ATI-1503, a novel antibiotic targeting drug-resistant Gram-negative infections, and ATI-1701, a vaccine reducing the threat of tularemia bioterrorism.
Immunization against tularemia: analysis of the effectiveness of live Francisella tularensis vaccine in prevention of laboratory-acquired tularemia.
Diagnosis of tularemia is challenging because symptoms are nonspecific and exposure history is often unclear.
A serum sample submitted to the National Tularemia Reference Laboratory of the Public Health Agency of Turkey returned a microagglutination test result of 1/160, and a sample submitted 14 days later returned a result of 1/640.
Caption: Skin ulcers in tularemia appear where bacteria enter the body.
An example is tularemia, which is reported to have the highest incidence in the mid-southern United States, the region served by our institution.
We expect key data to be available and reported from our ongoing pivotal studies in plague and tularemia by the end of 2009.
Berrada has been studying tularemia on Martha's Vineyard as part of her doctoral work, with the hope that her research may unlock the key to some of the mysteries that surround a highly contagious strain of the disease that, so far, has been isolated to the island in North America.
Examples of tick-borne diseases of humans include Lyme borreliosis, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF), ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, Q fever, babesiosis, tularemia, RMSF, Colorado tick fever, Russian spring summer encephalitis (TBE), and African tick typhus.
mall detected tularemia in the air, which is one of the original CDC category A threats, Billauer said.
Emphasis is placed on laboratory and epidemiologic research to improve diagnosis, surveillance, prevention, and control of diseases of major public health importance such as Lyme disease, dengue/dengue hemorrhagic fever, West Nile virus, yellow fever, arboviral encephalitis, plague, and tularemia.