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With a newly-obtained fiery red blood meal visible through her transparent abdomen, the now heavy female Aedes aegypti mosquito takes flight. Clostridium botulinum growing on egg yolk agar showing the lipase reaction.An atypical enlarged lymphocyte found in the blood smear from a HPS patient. (a) An atypical enlarged lymphocyte found in the blood smear from a HPS patient. (b)Burkholderia psudeomallei grown on sheep blood agar for 24 hours.

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The National Institutes of Health's annual funding of the Regional Centers of Excellence program for research on biodefense and emerging infectious diseases ended Spring 2014. The PSWRCE has successfully operated since 2005 and will continue until May 2015, but at a reduced level of activity. Some of the research projects under the PSWRCE banner have completed, while others will be finishing up over the next several months. Continuing and completed PSWRCE projects are distinguished on the "Research" page. The directors of the Core Facilities should be contacted directly about their services. There are no funding opportunities. A smaller Administrative Core will remain in operation and will handle queries about present and past research projects. The Publications page will continue to be updated, as the research papers from PSWRCE-supported projects continue to mount.

 

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