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  • ...i.camra.msu.edu/index.php?title=Dose_Response_%28Home_Page%29 Back to Dose Response Home] ==Dose Response==
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  • {{Completed Dose Response Models}} {{#ask:[[Category:Virus]][[Category:Dose Response Model]]
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  • ...ote that viruses and prions do not have genus and species designations, so virus names are not italicized. ...owed by the type of page. For example: [[Bacillus anthracis: Dose Response Models]]. It is not necessary to italicize scientific names in page titles.
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  • ...re are safe and effective vaccines. Polio is caused by a highly infectious virus of the family of Picornaviridae, genus Enterovirus. There are three types o The virus particle enters the human body through the mouth, where it begins to prolif
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  • ...ote that viruses and prions do not have genus and species designations, so virus names are not italicized. ...owed by the type of page. For example: [[Bacillus anthracis: Dose Response Models]]. It is not necessary to italicize scientific names in page titles.
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  • ...action of the inhaled bacteria reaching the alveolar region, the deposited dose (Shoen, 2011). ...the Giardia cysts to the trophozoite form is initiated in the stomach and completed in the small intestine. The trophozoites divide, attach to the small intest
    36 KB (5,421 words) - 10:15, 8 June 2017
  • Several bacteria, viruses, with available completed or partial dose response model, were considered for risk assessment. For bacteria, pathogenic Escher ...and reactive arthritis (Bhavsar, 2006). Adenovirus serotype 40 is a common virus that can also cause gastroenteritis (Wilhelmi et al. 2003). The wastewater
    38 KB (5,455 words) - 10:49, 8 June 2017