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Anthrax is an infectious and potentially fatal disease of warm-blooded animals, especially of cattle and sheep, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. It is communicable, albeit occasionally, to the human population.

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Cryo-electron Microscopy Identifies Lethal Anthrax Protein Complex
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  • Researchers identify key features in the anthrax protein complex that facilitate en.....
1979 Anthrax Genome Sequence Generated by Deep DNA Sequencing Methods
The anthrax bacterium produces small capsules, or spores, that can lie dormant for decades. After settling inside the human lung, for example, it can .....
Anthrax Kills One in Russia, 90 Hospitalised
Anthrax is a rare but serious bacterial illness. A boy has died from anthrax in Russia's Siberian region of Yamal while 90 others were hospitalised, o.....
Anthrax Toxin Proteins can Suppress Tumor Growth
Scientists from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR),.....
US Army Probe Blames A General And Other Officials in Anthrax Scandal
The Pentagon said that a US Army probe blames a general and several other officials for contributing to an anthrax scandal that saw live samples of th.....


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