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PNPan
PNPart Number
PNPractical Nurse
PNPanama (including Canal Zone Region)
PNPordenone (Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy)
PNProduct Name
PNPeripheral Neuropathy
PNPeanut
PNPostnuke (website content management sytem)
PNProject Number
PNPartido Nacional (Spanish: National Party)
PNPitcairn Island (top level domain)
PNPinot Noir (wine)
PNPolice Nationale (French: National Police)
PNParques Nacionales (National Parks Administration, Argentina)
PNPromissory Note
PNPakistan Navy
PNPhilippine Navy
PNPlatoon (Canadian/British)
PNPractice Nurse
PNPseudo-Noise
PNPlanetary Nebula
PNPublic Nudity
PNNoise Power
PNPhase Noise (communication systems)
PNPartit Nazzjonalista (Nationalist Party, Malta)
PNPolska Norma (Polish: Polish Standard)
PNPengadilan Negeri (Indonesian: district court)
PNPetri Net
PNPersonal Needs
PNPneumonic
PNProgram Neighborhood (Citrix Client Software)
PNPlay Nice (gaming)
PNProtease Nexin
PNPacific National (Australia)
PNPeer Networking
PNPolish Notation (aka prefix notation)
PNPredicate Nominative
PNPression Nominale (French: Nominal Pressure)
PNProcurement Notice
PNProperty Number
PNPressure Number
PNParticipating National (FCC)
PNProportional Navigation
PNParticipatory Note
PNProcessor Node
PNPreliminary Notification
PNPosition Navigation
PNPaso A Nivel (Spain)
PNPartner Nation
PNPercussion Note
PNPlanet Namek
PNProblem Notification
PNProminent Nuclei
PNPerfect Nonlinear
PNPositive Notification
PNPolemiko Nautiko (Greek Navy)
PNPedigree Nursery
PNPetitioner Name
PNPseudorandom Noise/Number
PNUS Postal Note (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
PN(USN Rating) Personnelman
PNPoikiloderma with Neutropenia
PNPeriodic Nonharmonic
PNPiedmont and Northern Railway Company
PNPositive-channel, Negative-channel junction (electronics, semiconductors)
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In addition to PCR confirmative diagnosis of the bacteria, the PCR products collected and purified until used in the sequencing technique for analysis of 16SrRNA gene of predominate strain of Sermtialiquefaciens isolated from pneumonic sheep lungs in Iraq.
A study on Ovine pneumonic pasteurellosis: Isolation and Identification of Pasteurellae and their antibiogram susceptibility pattern in Haramaya District, Eastern Hararghe, Ethiopia.
The radiographic abnormalities in the Turkish (10) study were hilar adenopathy (34%), miliary pattern (20%), pneumonic infiltrates (18%), bronchopneumonic infiltrates (15%) and pleural effusion (1%).
The difference between the pneumonic and bubonic varieties is that the bacteria takes hold in the lungs in the first case, rather than underneath the skin through insect bites.
According to scientists working at Public Health England in Porton Down, the plague was a pneumonic plague instead of the bubonic plague with infection spreading from human to human, rather than by rat fleas.
According to experts, the bubonic plague form, transmitted from person to person by direct contact and usually localized in bubo, is not as dangerous as pneumonic plague, which is spread by airborne transmission.
Plague arrived in bubonic form in summer months of 1348 before mutating into the even more frightening pneumonic form with the onset of winter.
All such patients were advised for chest radiograph to detect any pneumonic patch, and pleural fluid examination was also done.
In a bioterror attack, bacteria or viruses causing diseases such as anthrax, pneumonic plague, smallpox, or tularemia could be released in an aerosol form.