agent of disease

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Recognizing filamentous basidiomycetes as agents of human disease: A review

Parkinson's disease, insulin resistance and novel agents of neuroprotection

European perspective on the use of antiplatelet agents in atherothrombotic disease

The pathogenic agent in Drosophila models of ‘polyglutamine’ diseases

The role of cholinergic agents in the management of behavioural disturbances in Alzheimer's disease

Seroepidemiology of Trypanosoma cruzi, Etiologic Agent of Chagas' Disease, in US Blood Donors

The role of antimicrobial agents in the aetiology of Clostridium difficile-associated disease.

‘Nature Concocts & Expels’: The Agents and Processes of Recovery from Disease in Early Modern England

Acquisition of the Cat Scratch Disease Agent Bartonella henselae by Cat Fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae)

Viruses as Therapeutic Agents Against Malignant Disease of the Central Nervous System

Identification of four chitin synthase genes in the rice blast disease agent Magnaporthe grisea

Nephrotoxicity of chemotherapy agents and chemotherapy administration in patients with renal disease

Cardiotoxicity of chemotherapeutic agents and radiotherapy-related heart disease: ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines

Efficacy of ferric citrate as a phosphate‐binding agent in end‐stage renal disease

Retroperitoneal fibrosis and membranous nephropathy. Improvement of both diseases after treatment with steroids and immunosuppressive agents


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Any factor (such as a micro‐organism, a chemical substance, or a form of radiation) that is essential for the occurrence of a disease.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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