Definitions

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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Brucellaceae — several gram-negative bacteria that are pathogenic to humans and animals.

Etymologies

Latin brucella ("cabbage") (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The brucella ELISA and Q fever ELISA OD (optical density) values are presented in Histogram of optical density values (OD) for the Brucella cELSIA and Q fever ELISA.

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  • On Thursday, officials with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the federal agency that tracks marine mammal deaths, announced that a bacteria called Brucella was found in five bottlenose dolphins that died in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

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  • Kazue Ohishi of the University of Tokyo and his colleagues discovered pathological and seriological evidence of Brucella infection in baleen whales taken in the Northwestern Pacific.

    Hardy Jones: What Next for Japanese Whaling?

  • Muse said the NOAA-directed investigative team will also search for signs of another virus, Brucella, which causes spontaneous abortions in livestock.

    Dolphin cold case: Investigators say cause of calve die-off may never be known

  • While research shows no meaningful difference between the nutrient content of raw milk and pasteurized milk, raw milk may contain a wide variety of pathogens — including Salmonella, E. coli O157: H7, Listeria, Campylobacter and Brucella that may cause illness and possibly death.

    FDA warns of outbreaks related to drinking raw milk

  • While research shows no meaningful difference between the nutrient content of raw milk and pasteurized milk, raw milk may contain a wide variety of pathogens—including Salmonella, E. coli O157:H7, Listeria, Campylobacter and Brucella that may cause illness and possibly death.

    FDA warns of outbreaks related to drinking raw milk

  • The university failed to report to federal authorities 'one lab worker's infection with Brucella and several others' exposure to Q fever.

    The National Bio Agro Defense Facility's "Dual Use" Research, A Threat to our Nation's Security

  • Brucellosis is diagnosed in a laboratory by finding Brucella organisms in samples of blood or bone marrow.

    Brucellosis

  • Brucellosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria of the genus Brucella.

    Brucellosis

  • Humans are generally infected in one of three ways: eating or drinking something that is contaminated with Brucella, breathing in the organism (inhalation), or having the bacteria enter the body through skin wounds.

    Brucellosis

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