*  Treatment of Tularemia, Tularemia Definition, Causes, Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment, Prevalence Of Tularemia,...
Symptoms Of Tularemia, Tularemia Definition, Tularemia Diagnosis, Prevalence Of Tularemia, Tularemia Bacteria, Tularemia ... Disease, Tularemia Emedicine, Tularemia Prevention, Tularemia Rabbit, Tularemia Rabbit Fever, Tularemia Signs, Tularemia ... but the goal is to eliminate tularemia, Tularemia, Tularemia Treatment, Cause Of Tularemia, ... Tularemia, often called rabbit fever or deerfly fever, is caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis. The disease mainly ...
  http://www.knowyourdisease.com/treatment-of-rabbit-fever.html
*  E120 bomblet - Wikipedia
The Schu S-4 strain of the tularemia bacterium was standardized as Agent UL for use in the E120 bomblet. The E120 was a ... Pike, John E. "Tularemia" Globalsecurity.org, accessed November 12, 2008.. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E120_bomblet
*  First human case of rabbit fever confirmed in Mesa County
Tularemia, often known as rabbit fever, has been confirmed in a Mesa County resident in the Redlands area, according to the ... Tularemia causing bacteria can become airborne when soil is disturbed. Wear a mask while mowing or weed-whacking to avoid ... KJCT)-- Tularemia, often known as rabbit fever, has been confirmed in a Mesa County resident in the Redlands area, according to ... Tularemia has the potential to affect squirrels, beavers, muskrats and other rodents, in addition to pets and livestock. ...
  http://www.kjct8.com/content/news/First-human-case-of-Rabbit-Fever-confirmed-in-Mesa-County-394124481.html
*  Natural lipid acts as potent anti-inflammatory | EurekAlert! Science News
... used by a disease-causing bacterium to impair the host immune response and increase the chance of infection. Inadvertently, ... Lipids are known to help Francisella tularensis bacteria, the cause of tularemia, to suppress host inflammation when infecting ... present in the bacterium. The composition of PE found in F. tularensis differs from PE found in other bacteria. In cell-culture ... the researchers discovered that the natural and a synthetic form of PE reduced inflammation caused by both tularemia bacteria ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-07/nioa-nla070618.php
*  Bioterorrism experts say U.S. needs more preparedness | BioPrepWatch
McCleary said that the scientists were able to create weaponized bacteria like tularemia with extraordinary potency.. "Between ... 50 and 60 pounds of freeze-dried tularemia produced in our production facility would eliminate about 60 percent of the ...
  https://bioprepwatch.com/stories/510508370-newsinator-bioterorrism-experts-say-u-s-needs-more-preparedness
*  Canonical insertion-deletion markers for rapid DNA typing of Francisella tularensis
This thesis is about analyzing genetic differences among isolates of Francisella tularensis - the tularemia-causing bacterium. ... Tularemia is an infectious disease of humans and other mammals found throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The severity of the ... In Sweden, as in other countries of Europe and Eurasia, tularemia is caused by F. tularensis subsp. holarctica, while other ... varieties of the bacterium occur in Middle Asia and North America. It is important to identify a tularemia infection promptly ...
  http://umu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:210672
*  Texas Department of State Health Services, What You Need to Know About Tularemia
Tularemia What is Tularemia?. Tularemia is a quite serious illness caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis. This ... Tularemia is considered a potential threat as a biological weapon because the bacteria are very infectious. A small number can ... How is tularemia diagnosed?. Health care workers diagnose tularemia through laboratory tests on blood or sputum. Preliminary ... If you suspect you have been exposed to tularemia bacteria, get immediate medical care. ...
  http://www.dshs.texas.gov/preparedness/factsheet_tularemia_public.shtm
*  Serratia marcescens - Wikipedia
... military which studied it in field tests as a substitute for the tularemia bacterium, which was being weaponized at the time. ... and that the chance that the sprayed bacteria caused Nevin's death was minute. The bacterium was also combined with phenol and ... That the simulant bacteria caused these infections and death has never been conclusively established. Nevin's son and grandson ... Rinsing and drying surfaces after use can also prevent the establishment of the bacterium by removing its food source and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serratia_marcescens
*  Operation Whitecoat - Wikipedia
... contributed to the Whitecoat experiments by allowing themselves to be infected with bacteria (tularemia or Q fever) that were ... Some volunteers, under experimental protocol, were also given investigational vaccines for Q fever and tularemia, as well as ... and tularemia. USAMRIID also states that Operation Whitecoat helped develop biological safety equipment, including hooded ... as well as between receipt of tularemia vaccine(s) and self-reported asthma and increased frequency/severity of headaches. The ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Whitecoat
*  B cell subsets are activated and produce cytokines during early phases of Francisella tularensis LVS infection. | Sigma-Aldrich
Francisella tularensis, a facultative intracellular Gram-negative bacterium, causes the illness tularemia. The infection of ... Based on work with the murine tularemia model, we report here that F.xa0tularensis LVS infects peritoneal CD19(+) cells - ... mice with live vaccine strain is considered to be a model of human tularemia. F.xa0tularensis infects predominantly such ...
  https://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/papers/25200734
*  Is There a Killer Squirrel Virus? - Avian Flu Talk - Page 1
Then it got scarey, he talked about working with your tularensis bacterium ( tularemia), one of the most infectious agents ... Tularemia is bad bad news. I know very little about bioterrorism, however I was at a conference about 8 years ago with a guest ... I guess the big question is if TSHTF how would we know if rabbits or squirrels have tularemia?. Here is what I learned:. "Heat ... We have tons of rabbits and in Colorado we have lots of rabbits with tularemia. In the last week I have been seeing lots of ...
  http://avianflutalk.com/is-there-a-killer-squirrel-virus_topic34630.html
*  Study finds the air rich with bacteria | EurekAlert! Science News
The air could be teeming with more than 1,800 types of bacteria, according to a first-of-its-kind census of airborne microbes ... a naturally occurring bacterium that causes tularemia, also known as rabbit fever. This especially potent bacterium is a ... ESD-air-bacteria.. html Breaking News. * Additional therapy after surgical removal of rare tumors may not increase survival ... Tularemia has been reported in all U.S. states except Hawaii. This natural background can confound the detection of a terrorist ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2006-12/dbnl-sft121906.php
*  BioWatch - Wikipedia
24 have tularemia, the illness that results from exposure to the bacteria. Geoff Dutton, Ohio Says Security Requires Secrecy On ... On October 9, 2003, a BioWatch filter in Houston, Texas, detected "low levels of the bacterium that causes tularemia". Three ... Small amounts of tularemia bacteria were again detected in BioWatch filters in the Mall area and elsewhere in Washington, DC, ... A week after six bioterrorism sensors detected the presence of a dangerous bacterium on the Mall, health officials said there ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BioWatch
*  Frontiers | An In Vitro Co-culture Mouse Model Demonstrates Efficient Vaccine-Mediated Control of Francisella tularensis SCHU...
Francisella tularensis is a highly virulent intracellular bacterium and cell-mediated immunity is critical for protection, but ... Francisella tularensis is a highly virulent intracellular bacterium and cell-mediated immunity is critical for protection, but ... Francisella tularensis is a highly virulent facultative intracellular bacterium causing the severe disease tularemia in many ... Bacteria were grown overnight on Gc-agar plates, resuspended in PBS, and added to the BMDM monolayer at an MOI of 1:5 (bacteria ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcimb.2016.00152/full
*  TULAREMIA
How is tularemia spread?. Many routes of human exposure to the tularemia bacteria are known to exist. The common routes include ... What is tularemia?. Tularemia, or rabbit fever, is a bacterial disease associated with both animals and humans. Although many ... If the bacteria is inhaled, a pneumonia-like illness can follow. Those who ingest the bacteria may report a sore throat, ... What is the treatment for tularemia?. The drug of choice for treating tularemia is streptomycin or gentamicin, although other ...
  http://www.idph.state.il.us/public/hb/hbtulare.htm
*  ISDH: Tularemia 2002
Current: Tularemia 2002. Tularemia 2002. Tularemia is caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis and can be transmitted by ... Tularemia can infect the skin, mucous membranes, gastrointestinal tract, lungs, or disseminate throughout the body. It is not ... Because the bacteria can be infectious via aerosol, it is classified as a Category A potential bioterrorism agent. ... Indiana had one reported tularemia case in 2002. The source of the exposure was not identified. Figure 1 shows the number of ...
  http://in.gov/isdh/22591.htm
*  FARK.com: (7608954) Wait ...there really are killer rabbits??
Up until that point, I would have had no idea that the bacteria responsible for tularemia could be utilized for biological ... The CDC noted, according to the paper, "If [the bacteria] were used as a bioweapon, the bacteria would likely be made airborne ... The CDC noted, according to the paper, "If [the bacteria] were used as a bioweapon, the bacteria would likely be made airborne ... The journalist helpfully read the tularemia article on the CDC site, including the bit about bio-weoponization, but neglected ...
  http://www.fark.com/comments/7608954?tt=voteresults0&startid=82682472
*  Tulare County, California - Wikipedia
The infectious disease Tularemia caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis is named after Tulare County. In 1908 Colonel ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulare_County,_California
*  Frontiers | Live Attenuated Tularemia Vaccines for Protection Against Respiratory Challenge With Virulent F. tularensis subsp....
In the 1900s, several vaccines were developed against tularemia including the killed ... In the 1900s, several vaccines were developed against tularemia including the killed ... Francisella tularensis is the causative agent of tularemia and a Tier I bioterrorism agent. ... Francisella tularensis is the causative agent of tularemia and a Tier I bioterrorism agent. ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcimb.2018.00154/full
*  U.S. Department of Energy Research News
Biological "detectives" are tracking down biothreats such as the bacteria that causes tularemia ("rabbit fever"), but they ... Viruses exist amidst all bacteria, usually in a 10-fold excess and include virophages which live in giant viruses and use their ... It turns out your skin is crawling with single-celled microorganisms -- and they're not just bacteria. A study by the ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/doe/releases.php?topic=med
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Francisella tularensis is a highly infectious bacterium causing the zoonotic disease tularaemia. During its infectious cycle, F ... First encounters between bacteria and their host often occur at the mucosal level, mouth, lung, gut, eye, etc. where mucus ... The procedure described here allowed us to study the impact of shear stress on the ability of the bacteria to: adhere to cells ... We have developed an in vitro model of infection that permits the coculture of bacteria and host cells under different medium ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/20126460/identification-trkh-encoding-potassium-uptake-protein-required-for
*  Who found the Turalemi Disease | bulus.org
Tularemia Disease, also known as rabbit or pine, is an acute infectious disease that is primarily seen in wild animals, and ... Tularemia bacteria were first found in G.W. It was isolated in 1912 by McCoy strong>. Scientists have found that tularemine can ... Tularemia Disease, also known as rabbit and pox, is an acute infectious disease, primarily seen in wild animals, and sometimes ... In 1912, the disease effect was a very small bacterium, Francisella Tularensis. In the 90 percent of the cases found in the USA ...
  http://www.bulus.org/who-found/who-found-the-turalemi-disease.html
*  DiVA - Search result
The Gram-negative bacterium Francisella tularensis is the etiological agent of the zoonotic disease tularemia. Its life cycle ... Tularemia, caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis, where F. tularensis subspecies holarctica has long been the cause of ... The Gram-negative bacterium Francisella tularensis is the causative agent of tularemia, a disease intimately associated with ... The Gram-negative bacterium Francisella tularensis causes tularemia, a disease which requires bacterial escape from phagosomes ...
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*  Francisella small RNAs - Wikipedia
Several small RNAs have been identified in Francisella tularensis, pathogenic bacterium that causes the disease tularaemia. ... Also deletion of those sRNAs did not affect bacterium ability to induce disease in a mouse model. FtrC (Francisella tularensis ... Very little is known about Francisella's regulatory networks that allow this bacterium to survive in many environments. Ftr A ... High expression of FtrC reduces intracellular multiplication of the bacteria in macrophages and in organs of infected mice. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francisella_small_RNAs
*  Antibiotic Resistance may be Promoted by CRISPR System
... is promoted by a system of genes that bacteria use to fend off viruses ... a close relative of a bacterium that causes tularemia, ... a close relative of a bacterium that causes tularemia, is ... Bacteria incorporate small bits of DNA from phages into their CRISPR region and use that information to fight off the phages by ... The bacteria infect and replicate inside macrophages, a type of immune cell. Researchers at the Division of Infectious Diseases ...
  http://www.medindia.net/news/antibiotic-resistance-may-be-promoted-by-crispr-system-138748-1.htm