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14:17 EDT 25th July 2014 | BioPortfolio

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UF part of research team that finds equine influenza virus in camels

(University of Florida) University of Florida researchers have found evidence that an influenza A virus can jump from horses to camels -- and humans could be next.

Florida hospital workers test negative for MERS virus

MIAMI, May 15 (Reuters) - All of the healthcare workers who came into contact with a patient in Florida who was suffering from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) have tested negative for the ofte...

Chikungunya virus transmission occurs in Florida for the first time

The chikungunya virus, which is transmitted to people by mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus), was found for the first time in the Americas on islands in the Caribbean in December 2013. Yes...

UPDATE 2-U.S. confirms second case of MERS, this time in Florida

May 12 (Reuters) - U.S. health officials confirmed the country's second case of MERS, a deadly virus first discovered in the Middle East in 2012, and said the patient was in good condition in an Orlan...

U.S., Florida officials confirm second case of MERS

(Reuters) - U.S. health officials said on Monday a second case of MERS, a deadly virus first discovered in the Middle East in 2012, has been found in the state of Florida.

UPDATE 1-U.S., Florida officials confirm second case of MERS

May 12 (Reuters) - U.S. health officials said on Monday a second case of MERS, a deadly virus first discovered in the Middle East in 2012, has been found in the state of Florida.

Twenty Florida Healthcare Workers Tested for MERS Virus

Two of the 20 healthcare workers in Orlando, Florida, who were exposed to a patient with MERS, have already gotten sick. Medscape Medical News

Researchers find equine influenza virus in camels

University of Florida researchers have found evidence that an influenza A virus can jump from horses to camels – and humans could be next.

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The importance of the local environment in the transmission of respiratory syncytial virus.

The role of the environment in the spread of respiratory infections is poorly understood, and consequently probably underappreciated. To improve our understanding of the environmental drivers of respi...

Underrepresented Minorities in Academic Medicine: Is Florida Better Off?

The state of Florida has experienced challenges recruiting and retaining underrepresented minority faculty in academic medicine, as well as maintaining a population-like balance of minority physicians...

High laccase producing mutants ofPleurotus florida.

Pleurotus florida produced high amounts of laccase (4.60 U/ml) in malt extract broth after 12 days' growth under stationary conditions. The production of laccase was semi-constitutive. Hyperlaccase mu...

Clusters of adolescent and young adult thyroid cancer in Florida counties.

Background. Thyroid cancer is a common cancer in adolescents and young adults ranking 4th in frequency. Thyroid cancer has captured the interest of epidemiologists because of its strong association to...

The clinical nurse leader in the perioperative setting: a preceptor experience.

The US Veterans Administration (VA) has implemented the clinical nurse leader (CNL) role nationwide. Nursing leaders at the Malcolm Randall VA Medical Center in Gainesville, Florida, implemented the d...

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