Mans death at Yosemite tied to rodent-borne disease.

24 have already been notified by e-mail or letter about feasible infection, Yosemite National Recreation area spokeswoman Kari Cobb informed CBSNews.com. In addition, visitors who were thinking about staying in the tent cabins in Curry Village at Yosemite have been re-booked in other locations, as the 91 cabins undergo retrofitting and sanitation. We’ll become spending a lot time to make sure they are rodent-evidence, plus they are clean completely, Cobb said. On Aug. 27, the National Park Services said there have been three verified and one probable case of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in visitors who had stayed in Curry Village since June 2012, according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention . Two of the victims had died from the disease.The extensive study represents a significant milestone in understanding prenatal abnormalities. Agilent was the primary contributor of microarrays and reagents to the study, as 71 % of samples were operate on Agilent SurePrint CGH microarrays, with Agilent software used for data analysis. Agilent assisted the investigators from the prenatal research group in developing the arrays used in the scholarly study. ‘This landmark study on prenatal samples will have long-enduring implications to the study community,’ said Dr. Laird Jackson, professor, Genetics, Division of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Drexel University University of Medicine. ‘Microarrays allowed us to identify smaller aberrations in comparison to traditional karyotyping.’ A complete of 5,500 arrays were used.