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European Occupational Health Series : Year 1993; Prevention in Primary Care, Strategy for Health, No. 128: Morbidity and Mortality Models to Facilitate the Application of Available Epidemiological Data

By Richardo Capocaccia

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Title: European Occupational Health Series : Year 1993; Prevention in Primary Care, Strategy for Health, No. 128: Morbidity and Mortality Models to Facilitate the Application of Available Epidemiological Data  
Author: Richardo Capocaccia
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
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Capocaccia, R. (n.d.). European Occupational Health Series : Year 1993; Prevention in Primary Care, Strategy for Health, No. 128. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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Because papcrs claiming successful culrivation oS hfycobaclerin,~le~p rue continue to appear rcgularly in the literature, a list of criteria is required to assist the microbiologist as well as the non-specialist in their evaluation. Although these criteria could be presented in a general way, it would be more useful to relate them to the instances where cultures of microorganisms are said to be transferable and to those where actual mulliplication of :\% leprae is claimed. Criteria i~,/rrr.tcr o~rsferablec rrlior-~5o /~nicroor~m~isrrrs are clairrled ~Wycoboclerio. Coniiderable progress lias bee11 made during the last decade in the tatonom)- and identification of mycobacteria; slrains isolated from leprosy tissues should therefore b: identlfisd witli the latest techniques available, if necessary in collaboration with laboratories sptcializing in this fi:ld. The generation timc of M. leprae in the mouse is of the order of 10-12 days. Although it is possible that in different irr vivo or ill virro conditions, this gensration time may change, it is unlikely to become much shorter compared with the generation time for hf. firberc~ilosis( 20-24 hoursj or other more rapidly mult~plylng mycobacteria (3-6 hours).

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