- n. Plural form of pathogen.
“Virtually every scientific association there is is saying exactly what we do, which is that raw milk can contain pathogens and it shouldn't be consumed," he says.”
“Being exposed to "Blood borne pathogens" is one of the major concerns of the emergency medical services in the U.S.”
“She said, We found several strands of opportunistic pathogens, in other words, things that can cause infection or disease.”
“The Director of KEMRI, Dr. Solomon Mpoke dismissed fears of an immediate threat but told journalists the long term security of their pathogens was a serious concern.”
“This cryogenic storage and the vacuum sealed room ensures that the T-800's flesh will not decay or necrotize from exposure to warm, oxygenated air that may contain pathogens.”
“The U.S. Trade Representative said Friday it filed a case with the World Trade Organization over the EU's long-standing ban on importing chicken meat that has been treated with chemicals such as chlorine dioxide to kill pathogens, which is a common practice in the U.S. industry.”
“But others, called pathogens, can cause illness in one of two ways.”
“Part of the reason it has taken years to test for the pathogens is the time it has taken to develop the tests.”
“One reason it has taken years to test for the pathogens is the time it has taken to develop the tests.”
“A total of 34 per cent of birds were clean of both pathogens, which is double the figure found in 2007, but”
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