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  • Amoxicillin [r]: A beta-lactam based antibiotic drug similar to ampicillin but which has enhanced stability towards gastric juices. [e]
  • Antibiotic [r]: Drugs that reduce the growth or reproduction of bacteria. [e]
  • Cloxacillin [r]: A penicillin-like, beta-lactam antibiotic used to treat infections. [e]
  • Food and Drug Administration [r]: The agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services responsible for regulating food, dietary supplements, drugs, biological medical products, blood products, medical devices, radiation-emitting devices, veterinary products, and cosmetics. [e]
  • Francisella tularensis [r]: Pathogenic, aerobic Gram-negative bacteria, that causes the circulatory disease tularemia, which can be contracted via contaminated food or drink, physical contact, spray, or bug bite. [e]
  • Malaria [r]: A tropical infectious disease, caused by protozoa carried by mosquitoes, which is the world's worst insect vector-borne disease [e]
  • Minocycline [r]: An antibiotic tetracycline analog that can be used to treat tetracycline-resistant staphylococcus infections. [e]
  • Penicillin G [r]: Also called benzopenicillin or benzylpenicillin, is an antibiotic derived from penicillin and used to treat severe infections from most Gram-positive and some Gram-negative cocci. [e]
  • Penicillin V [r]: phenoxymethyl penicillin, a broad-spectrum, beta-lactam-based antibiotic used to treat Gram-positive bacteria infections. [e]
  • Piperacillin [r]: A -lactam antibiotic derived from ampicillin that is similar to penicillin. [e]
  • Plague [r]: Contagious, malignant, epidemic disease, in particular the bubonic plague and the black plague, both forms of the same infection, caused by bacterium Yersinia pestis. [e]
  • Q fever [r]: Disease caused by infection with the rickettsia Coxiella burnetii, a bacterium that affects both humans and animals, resulting in a rash, fever, malaise, and muscular pains. [e]
  • Rickettsia prowazekii [r]: Gram negative, obligate intracellular parasitic, aerobic bacteria that is the etiologic agent of epidemic typhus, transmitted in the faeces of lice. [e]
  • Rickettsia rickettsii [r]: Obligate, intracellular, Gram-negative coccobacillary that causes a variety of spotted fevers throughout the world including Rocky Mountain spotted fever. [e]
  • Tularemia [r]: An extremely infectious disease, 15% lethal when untreated and <1% fatal when properly treated, distributed worldwide in animals and ticks, that has been weaponized by several national biological warfare programs [e]
  • Venereal disease [r]: Infections spread through sexual contact. [e]
  • Yersinia pestis [r]: Gram-negative rod-shaped bacterium belonging to the family Enterobacteriaceae, that can infect humans and other animals in three main forms: pneumonic, septicemic, and the notorious bubonic plagues. [e]