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During late summer 2016, in a northwest European region extending over Belgium, the Netherlands and the eastern border of the German state of North Rhine Westphalia, an outbreak of wild bird deaths occurred similar to those reported on the continent since 1996. Dead birds were necropsied and examined by complementary methods. Pathologic and(More)
The practice of Medicine?in so far as it is strictly scientific ?is based on the principles established by Physiology, Pathology and Pharmacology, and the history of these shows that they have progressed as their generalisations came to be based upon the experimental results of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The great and complex problems of Biology which(More)
111 water could be classified into two groups. Bodies ^ke sugar, salt and urea in solution rapidly diffuse through parchment, and these solutions deposit crystals 0n evaporation ; this group was termed Crystalloids. Oft the other hand, glue, dextrin, gelatin in solution either diffuse very slowly or not at all, and as a general rule such solutions do not(More)
Objective: Mitragyna inermis (Willd.) O. Ktze is a plant belonging to the Rubiaceae family. It is used in West Africa by traditional healers for treatment of accesses febrile generally bound to access malaria, but also to treat several other pathologies. We have collected a medicinal plant, Mitragyna inermis root, currently used for malaria treatment in(More)
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