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DATA SETS: Automated identification of insect vectors of Chagas disease in Brazil and Mexico: The Virtual Vector Lab (2016-09-22)Data documenting morphometric features of Brazilian and Mexican Triatominae, to accompany a manuscript presently submitted to PeerJ for consideration for publication.
Combined Diesel Particulate Filter/Heat Exchanger for Engine Exhaust Waste Heat Recovery with Organic Rankine Cycle (University of Kansas, 2016-08-31)Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs) are currently being used to remove Particulate Matter (PM) from compression ignition engine exhaust streams with collection efficiencies approaching 100%. These devices capture soot by ...
(American Society for Microbiology, 2012-03)Shigella spp. are food- and waterborne pathogens that cause severe diarrheal and dysenteric disease associated with high morbidity and mortality. Individuals most often affected are children under 5 years of age in the ...
Impact of detergent on biophysical properties and immune response of the IpaDB fusion protein, a candidate subunit vaccine against Shigella species. (American Society for Microbiology, 2014-11-03)Shigella spp. are causative agents of bacillary dysentery, a human illness with high global morbidity levels, particularly among elderly and infant populations. Shigella infects via the fecal-oral route, and its virulence ...