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Impact of Q-fever fatigue syndrome on patients’ work status

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Reukers, D F M; van Loenhout, J A F; Roof, I; Senden, T F; Keijmel, S P; Bleeker-Rovers, C P; van Jaarsveld, C H M; Hautvast, J L A; van der Velden, K Source: Occupational Medicine, Volume 70, Is ...

A molecular assay for rapidly distinguishing the AviPro SALMONELLA VAC T vaccine strain from wild-type field isolates

This molecular test is able to distinguish both Salmonella ser. Typhimurium types with 100% sensitivity and specificity within one working day. Health Topics:  Salmonellosis Salmonellose Salmonellose ...

Prevalence of burnout risk and factors associated with burnout risk among ICU nurses during the COVID-19 outbreak in French speaking Belgium

Coronavirus COVID-19 intensive care unit Nurses Workload Abstract: Objective:Burnout is a global work-related phenomenon. Intensive care unit (ICU) nurses are at risk ofburnout and the COVID-19 pandemic may ...

New QSAR models to predict chromosome damaging potential based on the in vivo micronucleus test

structural and numerical chromosome aberrations. Even fewer of these are based on the preferred testing method for this endpoint, i.e. the micronucleus test. For the present work, in vivo micronucleus test ...

An expert opinion assessment of blood-feeding arthropods based on their capacity to transmit African swine fever virus in Metropolitan France.

vectorial capacity of blood-feeding arthropods (BFA s) and their role in the transmission of African swine fever virus (ASFV) in Metropolitan France, a dedicated working group of the French Agency for Food, ...

The Benefits of Whole Genome Sequencing for Foodborne Outbreak Investigation from the Perspective of a National Reference Laboratory in a Smaller Country.

genotypes. Besides a universal, all-in-one workflow with less hands-on-time (five versus seven actual working days for WGS versus conventional), WGS-based cgMLST-typing demonstrated increased resolution. This ...

Physicochemical Characterization of the Pristine E171 Food Additive by Standardized and Validated Methods.

for use as a food colorant in the European Union. The application of E171 in food has become an issue of debate, since there are indications that it may alter the intestinal barrier. This work applied ...

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