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Every effort has been made to keep the species names up to date and older obsolete names are provided where space allows. , skin, intestines) and therefore not specifically definable as contagious or noncontagious. The Biosafety Level gives the Risk Group, 1 through 4, to which the microbe has been assigned by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Unassigned fungi that are minor allergens have been listed here as Risk Group 1 pending any formal assignment by the CDC. Below the identification block is a summary block of epidemiological information, including Incubation Period, Peak Infection, Annual Cases, and Annual Fatalities.
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