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Ryan Schubert Oct 21
So proud of the effort from everyone that worked on this, and for coverage from , , , , and . Time to end .
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Mark Steens-LAND OF THE DEAD 41m
If you are going to , don't forget to ask for THE SPECIAL.
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Jeffrey A. Hirschfield, MD CPI 24h
I strongly believe that cases are likely enterovirus variants. signs are eerily similar to polio. It causes paralysis-like illnesses could result in disability or death. DOCS should regard it, acquire labs, and send 4 molecular testing pronto!
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Anthony Orvedahl Oct 21
Pan-viral serology implicates enteroviruses in acute flaccid myelitis | Nature Medicine. Important piece to puzzle, providing strong association with -D68 exposure and perhaps a step closer to understanding pathogenesis of this emerging disease.
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Chad Hobson Oct 21
Preprint #2 of grad school is up! Combining and for single-cell mechanobiology, huge shout out to Evan Nelsen for driving this work.
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CoffeeTimeBooks Oct 19
(29) 8 Steps on How to Work the (American Film… - 32
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Michael Wilson Oct 21
Thanks so much, Andrea. Luca and the other children with are the real inspirations for this work.
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Dr. Matt Binnicker 15h
Using a technique called phage display, “researchers found antibodies to enteroviruses in the cerebrospinal fluid of nearly 70 percent of the children with
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NT-MDT S.I. Oct 22
C262H486 chains on mica. Chain lenght is 29 nm. Image size: 350x350 nm Image by Dr. S. Magonov, Tempe, AZ, USA . .
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Michael Wilson Oct 21
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Tom Quick Oct 22
We at the unit are working with the 🇬🇧 national task force to support surgical treatment of to restore movement in .
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NUS Trivia | tech news 11h
Bacteria must be 'stressed out' to divide -
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Bruno J. Navarro Oct 20
As with polio, is seasonal—though unlike polio, it arrives in late summer and early to mid fall, rather than in the spring and summer. Also unlike polio, it runs in an every-other-year cycle, peaking in even-numbered years.
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YYC Health Nut 16h
Study points to virus as culprit in kids' paralyzing illness
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Medscape 2h
Enterovirus is the likely cause of pediatric acute flaccid myelitis, says study presented at .
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Joan Tankersley 2h
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Post-Polio News (ppn) 1h
: Unmet Needs in the Evaluation, Treatment, and Recovery for 167 Children Affected by Acute Flaccid Myelitis Reported by Parents Through Social Media | Pediatric Neurology
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NT-MDT S.I. 9h
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@YalePedsID 16h
The clearest evidence to date that , a polio-like illness that has paralyzed dozens of children, is caused by an enterovirus.
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PhysiciansFirstWatch 19h
New findings reported in provide strong evidence that enteroviruses play a role in the etiology of acute flaccid myelitis.
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