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    02-27-2017

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    02-23-2017

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  • Tracking the movement of a deadly pathogen and biothreat agent

    Tracking the movement of a deadly pathogen and biothreat agent

    Melioidosis was considered to be something of a medical curiosity and a rare tropical disease for many years, but recent figures are putting the record straight. An estimated 165,000 people develop this infection every year, around 89,000 of whom will die as a result. Photo Copyright: Prof. David Dance, Lao-Oxford-Mahosot Hospital-Wellcome Research Unit

  • Candida auris Interim Recommendations for Healthcare Facilities and Laboratories

    Candida auris Interim Recommendations for Healthcare Facilities and Laboratories

    Candida auris is an emerging pathogen, and understanding of this organism continues to evolve rapidly. This guidance is based on review of currently available information developed from investigations inside and outside the United States and on input from national and international experts

  • New AST Webinars Starting in March

    New AST Webinars Starting in March

    These P.A.C.E. ®-accredited webinars provide a thorough coverage of key issues encountered when performing antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) within the clinical laboratory.

  • Mutation of H7N9 bird flu strain found in Guangdong patients

    Mutation of H7N9 bird flu strain found in Guangdong patients

    China has reported the first genetic mutation of the H7N9 bird flu virus with specialists predicting the change will result in more dead poultry.


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