We report electron microscopic evidence of transmission from a pet dog to a 12-year-girl of Gastrospirillum hominis which caused gastric disease in both that was eradicable with treatment.
Brief Reports 605 of disease in our patient and in an additional patient . Outcome was favorable in most cases (cure rate, 64%). Seven patients (28%) had a chronic course, 5 of whom did not receive appropriate treatment. Death was directly related to infection with NTM in 2 patients (8%). References 1. American Thoracic Society. Diagnosis and treatment… (More)
Aim: The Chemotherapy and Pharmacy Advisory Service (CPAS) was established in 2007 by the UK National Cancer Research Network (NCRN) to improve the quality of pharmacy-related issues in clinical research protocols. We report the scope and methodology of the CPAS, and its impact on the quality of clinical research protocols. Methods: All clinical research… (More)
herein referred to as the " Act, " authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), acting through the Under Secretary for Science and Technology, to establish one or more federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) to provide independent analysis of homeland security issues. Analytic Services Inc. operates the HOMELAND… (More)
Anti-MAG antibodies are commonly found in the sera of patients with demyelinating sensorimotor neuropathy and IgM paraproteinemia. Our objective here was to compare MAG results obtained by two different laboratories using similar methods (Western blot, EIA, IFA). Western blot (WB) employing MAG from monkey was less sensitive (72.5%) than myelin IFA (92.5%;… (More)
experimental soft-release of oil-spill rehabilitated American coots (Fulica americana): I. Laboratory tests of the effect of oil from the Swanson's Creek oil spill on survival and development of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) yolk sac larvae.