MERS


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AcronymDefinition
MERSMiddle East Respiratory Syndrome (virus)
MERSMortgage Electronic Registration System
MERSMiddle East Respiratory Virus (disease)
MERSMunicipal Employees Retirement System (Michigan)
MERSMobile Emergency Response Support
MERSManalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools (Manalapan-Englishtown, NJ)
MERSMicrowave Earth Remote Sensing (Laboratory; Brigham Young University)
MERSMobile Emergency Response System
MERSMarine Expeditionary Rifle Squad
MERSMitsubishi Energy Recovery System (Japan)
MERSMinimal Essential Requirements
MERSMetropolitan Employment and Rehabilitation Services (St. Louis, MO; Goodwill Industries)
MERSMost Economical Routing Selection
MERSMethod for Estimating the Received Signal
MERSMultifunctional Electromagnetic Radiation System
MERSMultiagency Electronic [Pharmaceutical] Regulatory Submission project
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Impressively, INO-4700 was advanced into the clinic within nine months of vaccine candidate selection-the first MERS vaccine in humans.
MERS is a highly fatal, influenza-like illness characterized by fever, cough, and, often, diarrhea.
The public may visit the MERS pages of the CHP and its Travel Health Service, MERS statistics in affected areas, the CHP's Facebook Page and YouTube Channel, and the World Health Organization's latest news for more information and health advice.
The majority of the ERRPs (91%) agreed that their work put them at risk of infection, but most (65%) did not agree that they should not be looking after patients infected with MERS. Despite that, 54% of ERRPs were afraid of contracting the infection from infected patients and only 4.2% of them were willing to change their current job.
Antibodies against MERS coronavirus in dromedary camels, United Arab Emirates, 2003 and 2013.
Six Filipina nurses were infected with Mers in Jeddah in late 2015, foreign affairs records showed.
Thailand confirmed its (http://www.ibtimes.com/mers-outbreak-2015-thailand-took-4-days-confirm-first-mers-case-leading-worries-about-1974557) first case of MERS last June - a 75-year-old businessman from Oman.
As study shows that most camels in Saudi Arabia are carrying MERS, the authority has banned access of camels to Mecca as well as slaughtering camels during the Eid al-Adha.
The protein, an antibody named LCA60, seems to latch onto the MERS virus, preventing it from infecting a cell.
The foreigner came from Dubai late last month and had a short layover in Saudi Arabia, where MERS was first identified in April 2012.
presenting with MERS, which was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012, and to expedite diagnoses.
One death among seven Mers cases reported in first half of the year, compared to 50 cases reported last year