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Vaccination alert over Q Fever


The Advertiser - Dec 30, 2016
Most people recover within several months but 1 to 2 per cent of people who develop acute Q Fever die of the disease. Q Fever vaccination can only be provided by trained and authorised doctors – they are listed on the SA Health website. These doctors ...
 

Q fever: Call for free clinics and vaccination


Weekly Times Now - Dec 27, 2016
Q fever is an infection caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii, typically passed on to humans through contact with livestock such as cattle, sheep or goats. Symptoms can include serious liver and lung disease, and there are about 600 cases each year ...
 

Q fever alert


Riverine Herald (registration) (blog) - Dec 21, 2016
Rural industries are calling for governments to protect residents from the risk of Q fever infection. NSW Farmers' Association president Derek Schoen said organisations from across agricultural, processing, veterinary and public health industries have ...
 

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Q. Fever: The Disease: v. 1: The Disease by Thomas J. Marrie


 

Q Fever: The Biology of Coxiella Burneti by Jim C. Williams


 

Q Fever by Jim C. Williams Hardcover Book


 

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Q Fever!: Medical Humor & Satire for Healthcare Professionals


by: Q Fever!
Q Fever! is the world's most popular medical humor and satire website, with a unique, original, and savagely humorous perspective on the people and events affecting the healthcare community.

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Q Fever, Volume I: The Disease


by: Thomas J. Marrie
This fascinating book describes the history, and epidemiology in both man and animals, and clinical features of this zoonosis. It reveals detailed information pertaining to the basic science aspects of the interaction of Coxiella burnetii, the etiologic agent of Q (Query) fever, with the host and the immune response of the host to this unique pathogen. This one-of-a-kind work uses the rules of epidemiological evidence to determine whether or not Coxiella burnetii is a perinatal pathogen for man. This interesting, easy-to-understand text concludes with chapters dealing with the antibiotic susceptibility of Coxiella burnetii and the studies that resulted in a vaccine that now can be used to prevent this infection.
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Coxiella burnetii: Recent Advances and New Perspectives in Research of the Q Fever Bacterium


Coxiella burnetii is the etiological agent of Q fever, a zoonotic disease found worldwide. The bacterium is a fascinating example of intracellular parasitism that has uniquely evolved to thrive in the most inhospitable of cellular compartments-the phagolysosome. Understanding how C. burnetii resists the degradative functions of this vacuole, and the host cell functions coopted for successful parasitism, are central to understanding Q fever pathogenesis. Recent achievements in glycomics and proteomics are guiding development of enhanced detection schemes for the bacterium in addition to shedding light on the host immune response to the pathogen.
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Q Fever, Volume II: The Biology of Coxiella Burneti: The Biology of Coxiella Burnetii v. 2 by Jim C. Williams


by: Jim C. Williams;Herbert A. Thompson

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