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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_pathogen

Pathogenic bacteria are bacteria that can cause disease. This article deals with human pathogenic bacteria. Although most bacteria are harmless or often beneficial, some are pathogenic, with the number of species estimated as fewer than a hundred that are seen to cause infectious diseases in humans. By contrast, several thousand species exist in the human digestive system.

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ZBS 2: Highly Pathogenic Microorganisms Head: Roland Grunow Deputy: Daniela Jacob Tasks. Organisation of the diagnostics of samples with bioterrorism suspicion within ZBS; Development and optimisation of microbiological, molecular biological and immunological detection systems for the identification, characterisation and differentiation of highly pathogenic microorganisms

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If highly pathogenic microorganisms are detected, irrespective of the cfu count, they must be immediately remedied with the assistance of a competent microbiologist, infection control professional, or industrial hygienist. An investigation into the source of the contamination must be conducted.

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In the case of a release of highly pathogenic bacteria (HPB), there is an urgent need for rapid, accurate, and reliable diagnostics. MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry is a rapid, accurate, and relatively inexpensive technique that is becoming increasingly important in microbiological diagnostics to complement classical microbiology, PCR, and genotyping of HPB.

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The designation of low or highly pathogenic avian influenza refers to the potential for these viruses to kill chickens. The designation of “low pathogenic” or “highly pathogenic” does not refer to how infectious the viruses may be to humans, other mammals, or other species of birds.

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Written by top scientists, this book will be of major interest to all researchers interested in the intricate biology of highly pathogenic microorganisms, to scientists and clinicians interested ...

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“The launch of ERINHA could not have come at a more appropriate timing. Within the current context of increasing epidemics, a pan-European coordinated network of BSL-4 research infrastructures is essential in order to achieve a coherent and strategy-led approach to research on highly pathogenic microorganisms.

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The USP <62> test evaluates a product for the presence or absence of potential pathogens. USP <62> tests are necessary for cosmetic and personal products to determine that any microorganisms that may be present in a product are not specific pathogenic microorganisms of particular concern if found in a consumer product.

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The aim was to define the legal framework that precise the conditions for authorizing microorganisms and toxins experimentation in France; these regulations apply for any operation of production, manufacturing, transportation, import, export, possession, supply, transfer, acquisition and use of highly pathogenic microorganisms and toxins ...

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Start studying Chapter 17 medical asepsis and infection control. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. ... highly pathogenic and disease producing describes a microorganism. ... the killing or rendering inert of most but not all pathogenic microorganisms. Around body temperature.