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Serum Cross-Reactivity with Aspergillus Galactomannan and Cryptococcal Antigen during Fatal Disseminated Trichosporon dermatis Infection

Human anti-Pseudomonas aeruginosa outer membrane proteins IgG cross-protective against infection with heterologous immunotype strains of P. aeruginosa,

P asteuria endospores from H eterodera cajani (Nematoda: Heteroderidae) exhibit inverted attachment and altered germination in cross-infection studies with G lobodera pallida (Nematoda: Heteroderidae)

Characterization of Wolbachia Infections and Interspecific Crosses of Aedes (Stegomyia) polynesiensis and Ae. (Stegomyia) riversi (Diptera: Culicidae)

Invasive Myceliophthora thermophila infection mimicking invasive aspergillosis in a neutropenic patient: a new cause of cross-reactivity with the Aspergillus galactomannan serum antigen assay

Study Shows Use of High Doses of Antibiotics to Clear Infections May Have the Potential to Promote Increased Cross-Resistance in Clinics

RE: “RISK OF CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA ASSOCIATED WITH VACCINATION, INFECTION, AND MEDICATION USE IN CHILDHOOD: THE CROSS-CANADA CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA STUDY”

Clinical features and epidemiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis and Leishmania major/HIV co-infection in Cameroon: results of a large cross-sectional study

Hepatitis C infection and B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in British Columbia: A cross-sectional analysis

CSF quinolinic acid levels are determined by local HIV infection: cross‐sectional analysis and modelling of dynamics following antiretroviral therapy

 

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The transmission of a communicable disease, most commonly caused by an infectious micro-organism, either directly from one person to another by direct contact, or indirectly by contaminated instruments, equipment, surfaces, water, and air. A cross-infection control policy is a rational series of procedures designed to prevent work-related infections among dental healthcare personnel and support staff, and healthcare-associated infections among patients.

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