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When Chou, Hayes and colleagues finally began testing the protein against other types of bacteria, the ticks’ Dae2 turned out to be surprisingly effective.
Still, the findings emphasize that ticks are “really elegant bloodsucking machines,” and highlight that the word “pathogen” is just a status, dependent on who the host is, Chou says.
Among the participants is Chou, who also happens to work at UCSF.
Doctors once dismissed short sleepers like Chou as depressed or suffering from insomnia.
For instance, Chou says, many cases of excess flu-like illness “are not necessarily SARS-CoV-2.”Millions of likely U.S. COVID-19 cases have gone undiagnosed|Tina Hesman Saey|July 6, 2020|Science News For Students
In the same piece, we are presented with a grand chorus of Turks and Dervises, who sing, "Hu la baba la chou ba la baba la da."The Works Of John Dryden, Volume 4 (of 18)|John Dryden
Bending his course westward, Mr Margary entered the fine and fertile province of Kwei-chou.
Accordingly they descended into the cave beneath and taking up Chou-hu they again dressed him in his own robes.
"The necessity for the elaborate caution of the past no longer exists," remarked Chou-hu presently.
"The street is opportunely empty and there is little likelihood of anyone approaching at this hour," suggested Chou-hu.