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Browse by Exposure: Burkholderia mallei (7 articles)

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Woods DE
The use of animal infection models to study the pathogenesis of melioidosis and glanders.
Trends Microbiol 2002 Nov;10(11):483-4; discussion 484-5.
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Lehavi O, Aizenstien O, Katz LH, Hourvitz A
[Glanders--a potential disease for biological warfare in humans and animals]
Harefuah 2002 May;141 Spec No:88-91, 119.
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O'Quinn AL, Wiegand EM, Jeddeloh JA
Burkholderia pseudomallei kills the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans using an endotoxin-mediated paralysis.
Cell Microbiol 2001 Jun;3(6):381-93.
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Khan AS, Ashford DA
Ready or not--preparedness for bioterrorism.
N Engl J Med 2001 Jul 26;345(4):287-9.
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Ashford DA, Gomez TM, Noah DL, Scott DP, Franz DR
Biological terrorism and veterinary medicine in the United States.
J Am Vet Med Assoc 2000 Sep 1;217(5):664-7.
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Arun S, Neubauer H, Gurel A, Ayyildiz G, Kuscu B, Yesildere T, Meyer H, Hermanns W
Equine glanders in Turkey.
Vet Rec 1999 Mar 6;144(10):255-8.
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Mobley JA
Biological warfare in the twentieth century: lessons from the past, challenges for the future.
Mil Med 1995 Nov;160(11):547-53.
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