TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «YERSINIOSES»
The term «yersinioses» is quite widely used and occupies the 42.112
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
Quite widely used
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YERSINIOSES»
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Yersinia: Systems Biology and Control
14. Yersinioses. Truls Nesbakken Abstract Yersinia enterocolitica is a zoonotic
bacterium that has its main reservoir within the domestic pig population.
Accordingly, interventions in the meat chain are essential for protection of
Elisabeth Carniel, Bernard Joseph Hinnebusch, 2012
Environmental Aspects of Zoonotic Diseases
Chapter. 2.25. Yersinioses. Both Y. enterocolitica and Y. pseudotuberculosis
belong to the family of Enterobacteriaceae and genus Yersinia like their
previously described relative: Y. pestis. These species are gram-negative
Robert Armon, Uta Cheruti, 2012
Yersinioses Caused by Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Enteric yersinioses are caused by Yersinia enterocolitica or K
pseudotuberculosis. Despite the widespread distribution of these organisms in
the animal kingdom, ...
A simplified overview of the resulting clinical pictures follows: Intestinal
yersinioses. The clinically dominant symptom is enteritis together with mesenteric
lymphadenitis. This form is frequently observed in youths and children. Other
F. H. Kayser, K. A. Bienz, 2011
Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases
Clinical Features Diagnosis Treatment And Prognosis Immunity And Vaccination
Prevention Public Health Aspects Chapter 55: Yersinia pestis (Plague) and Other
Yersinioses Etiology And Epidemiology Clinical Features Diagnosis Treatment ...
Yersinia enterocolitica includes two subspecies, enterocolitica and palearctica.
The type species is Y. pestis. Disease caused by Yersinia infection is called
yersiniosis. Yersinioses are zoonotic infections that predominantly affect rodents,
D. Scott McVey, Melissa Kennedy, M. M. Chengappa, 2013
Bacterial Infections of Humans: Epidemiology and Control
Gage, K. L., and Quan. T. J., Plague and other yersinioses, in: Topley and Wilson
's Microbiology and Microbial Infections, Vol. 3-Bacterial Infections, 9th ed. (L.
Collier el al.. eds.), pp. 885- 904, Edward Arnold, London, 1998. 20. Bahmanyar.
Alfred S. Evans, Philip S. Brachman, 1998
Summary Reports on Meetings - WHO Regional Office for ...
European Working Group on Yersinioses Paris, 1-3 June 1981 ICP/BVM 005(1)(
S) 6327B 17 July 1981 ORIGINAL: FRENCH The growing incidence of human
infections due to Yersinia (apart from plague, that is) in the world and, particularly
Organización Mundial de la Salud. Oficina Regional para Europa (Copenhague), World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe, 1981
Russian Chemical Reviews
To convert the alcohols 66 and 67 into the corresponding yersinioses, the former
were exposed to very mild acetolysis and subsequent methanolysis which
opened the 1,6-anhydro ring without any accompanying elimination of the 0-
Roy and Fraunfelder's Current Ocular Therapy
Y. enterocolitica serotypes 3, 4, 5, 8, and 9 and Y. pseudotuberculosis are the
principal causes of yersiniosis; the yersinioses are distributed worldwide. The
bacilli have been isolated from a wide variety of domestic and wild animals, and ...
F. Hampton Roy, Frederick W. Fraunfelder Jr., Frederick T. Fraunfelder, 2007
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YERSINIOSES»
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Il y a cent vingt ans, il découvrait le bacille de la peste
... référence pour la peste et autres yersinioses, à Paris : on observe toujours des épidémies sporadiques, notamment à Madagascar, qui reste le principal foyer. «Le Monde, Jun 14»