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Nina's Notes: Tuberculosis, the bugs in your gut, stakeholders + surveillance

More notes! And more cute animals. And their cute TB.

Last week we covered sleeping sickness, viral fevers, whole genome sequencing and more.
This week we have tantalizing microbes—tuberculosis and the protozoans in your gut—as well as some abstract concepts—stakeholder analysis and on-farm surveillance. Take your pick, whatever piques your curiosity.

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Stakeholder Analysis

Tuberculosis



On-Farm Disease Surveillance

Enteric Protozoan Pathogens (translation: single-celled organisms that make you sick when they get in your intestine)



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