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Trends of brucellosis in Florida. An epidemiologic review.
TLDR
Human brucellosis in Florida is documented for the 47-year period 1928-1975, with the highest incidence being between May and August, and the analysis is mainly concerned with the years 1961-1975.
Profound reversible CD4+ T lymphocytopenia in a severely uremic patient.
Morphology and development of the Drosophila eye. II. In vitro development of ommatidial bristles.
TLDR
The morphological changes which take place in the differentiation of the adult Drosophila eye from the larval imaginal disc have been described from a histological and cytological standpoint by Shatoury and Gottschewski, and studied in eyes and brains in vitro.
TULAREMIA IN FLORIDA: Sylvilagus palustris AS A SOURCE OF HUMAN INFECTION
The marsh rabbit, Sylvilagus palustris, was epidemiologically incriminated as the source of two human cases of tularemia. This represents the first published report of involvement for this species in