PHLS


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AcronymDefinition
PHLSPublic Health Laboratory Service
PHLSPublic Health Leadership Society (est. 1993; New Orleans, LA)
PHLSPartnership and Household Livelihood Security (CARE International)
PHLSParallelizing High-Level Synthesis (computing)
PHLSPortable Helicopter Lighting Set
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Aside from the members of the PHL delegation, the Ambassador also invited representatives from the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) to a lunch he hosted at his official residence.
Some of the obstacles preventing PHLs from implementing the bioinformatic-dependent analysis are the requirements for large-scale computational capabilities, complex molecular evolutionary analyses, and dedicated bioinformatics staff to perform these analyses.
This paper describes the creation of a collaborative forum in Wales that represents organizations with an interest in enhancing food safety, including local authorities, FSA Wales, and PHLS in Wales.
Dr Jeremy Hawker, of the Midland-based communicable disease surveillance centre for the PHLS, said: 'The majority of cases in the Midlands are still among the traditional risk groups, such as gay men.
They are not counted because the majority are unlicensed vaccines - only the rubella single vaccine is licensed in the UK - and there is no way of monitoring how many children receive them, a spokeswoman for the PHLS said yesterday.
The PHLS, which monitors the spread of disease across the UK, says it noted that most of the extra cases last year were among the elderly: 68 per cent of all cases were in people aged 65 or over.
Dr Sarah O'Brien, of the PHLS' communicable disease surveillance centre, said: 'We see around 15,000 cases of salmonella each year in England and Wales, so the numbers here are comparatively low.
The virus was discovered by the PHLS and the World Health Organisation's global influenza surveillance programme.
According to the public health laboratory service (PHLS) about 1,100 new African HIV cases ended up in London last year.
Referring to the current outbreak, a PHLS spokesman said: ``Clearly this is a very significant outbreak.
But the PHLS stressed today that the sharp rise was due to a particular outbreak linked to several nurseries and schools in south London, which flared early this year and has now died down.
All clinical trials are currently on hold as UKXIRA is trying to organize the involvement of the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) in order to ensure adequate disease surveillance.