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  • ...s isolated from ticks at Nine Mile Creek in Montana in 1938.<ref name=emed-Q>{{citation | title = Q fever
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  • ...'', a bacterium that affects both humans and animals, resulting in a rash, fever, malaise, and muscular pains.
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  • ...s isolated from ticks at Nine Mile Creek in Montana in 1938.<ref name=emed-Q>{{citation | title = Q fever
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  • {{seealso|Q fever}} for a more detailed discussion of the disease it causes. ...in Australia in 1935; its name derives from &quot;Query&quot;, since it took so many questions to diagnose.
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  • ...[[Q fever]], [[Rocky Mountain sptted fever]], [[rickettsial pox]] and tick fevers casued by ''[[Rickettsiae]]'', ''[[Streptococcus pneumoniae]]'' infections
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  • The [[rickettsia]] that causes [[Q fever]].
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  • *[[Arenaviridae]] [[viral hemorrhagic fever]]s including [[Lassa fever]] and [[Machupo virus]]* *''[[Coxiella burnetii]]''*, the cause of [[Q fever]]
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  • {{r|Q fever}}
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  • {{r|Q fever}}
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  • ...rk by Edward Francis, on the prevalence of a plaguelike illness in ground squirrels in Tulare County, California; the origin of the ''tularensis'' part ...ensis'' is the most virulent and is most common in North America. &quot;Rabbit fever&quot; is a common name for the disease.
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  • {{r|Q fever}}
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  • {{r|Q fever||**}} {{r|Venezuelan equine encephalitis}}
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  • ...ials MASINT''' involves the collection, processing, and analysis of gas, liquid, or solid samples. This discipline is critical in defense against [[Weap ...t may understand more about the manufacture, maintainability, and skills required to use the weapon.
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  • ...pril 21, 2009, from http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/oids/vector/brucella/pdf/bruc_qa_vets.pdf</ref> ''B. canis'' first gained recognition in 1966 in the United ...ecchio et al., 2002).<ref>DelVecchio, Vito G., et al. (2002). The genome sequence of the facultative intracellular pathogen ''Brucella melitensis''. ''P
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  • ...Kahl FR et al.| title=Can coronary angiography predict the site of a subsequent myocardial infarction in patients with mild-to-moderate coronary artery ...=11255520 |doi=}}</ref> In other words, when the blood supply becomes inadequate ([[Ischemia]]) and the hard-working cardiac muscle cells are deprived o
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  • ...thogen, and no other known reservoir or species is affected by diseases unique to this organism <ref name =Ferretti>{{citation ...Suvorov, C. Primeaux, S. Kenton, H. Lai, S. Lin, Y. Qian, H. Jia, H. Zhu, Q. Ren, F.Z, Najar, L. Song, J. White, X. Yuan, S. W. Clifton, B. A. Roe, R.
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  • |G, K, L, N, Q, T, R, U, V |I, K, L, N, Q, R, U, V, ‡
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