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2014-11-18 03:00:01

Genetic analysis unveils airway and lung responses to pandemic flu and cystic fibrosis.

2014-10-06 08:34:14

New office in Johannesburg will enable company to further expand business in this region. LONDON, Oct.

Ferret Study Shows H7N9 Could Transmit Between Humans
2013-07-19 16:18:26

The H7N9 bird flu strain that broke out in China earlier this year, sickening more than 130 and resulting in at least 43 deaths, has so far remained largely non-transmissible.

2011-09-23 19:45:00

Panoscan Inc., the makers of the finest panoramic camera system in the world, is proud to introduce The Ferret, a remotely controlled, under carriage vehicle inspection robot, that is easy to

2010-08-19 13:54:00

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- In light of recent public concerns regarding pet safety when traveling by air, pet travel company PetRelocation.com released today its own pet travel data for 2010.

2010-04-13 12:26:17

Scientists from the Canary Islands have compiled data on wild ferrets in La Palma and the damage they cause in the ecosystem, to confirm that the island is the one with the highest number of naturalized animals in the archipelago.

2009-11-11 08:00:00

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Three more ferrets in Oregon have tested positive for the 2009 pandemic influenza H1N1 virus, state officials confirmed this afternoon, bringing the total number of cases affecting ferrets in the state to four. Dr.

2009-03-08 12:52:26

A frisky ferret named Olly has been reunited with his owner after an Internet campaign against an animal shelter on Long Island, N.Y. Olly escaped Feb.

2008-07-16 09:00:44

By Jim Robbins A colony that contains nearly half of the black-footed ferrets in the United States and that biologists say is critical to the long- term health of the species has been struck by plague, which may have killed a third of the 300 animals.

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