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bor·de·tel·la

 (bôr′də-tĕl′ə)
n.
Any of various small, gram-negative coccobacilli of the genus Bordetella, some of which are pathogenic in the human respiratory tract. It includes B. pertussis, the causative agent of whooping cough.

[New Latin Bordetella, genus name, after Jules Jean Baptiste Vincent Bordet (1870-1961), Belgian bacteriologist.]
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Vaccines against bordetella bronchiseptica and canine parainfluenza are often not part of routine vaccination programs, but they are important.
The high contagious disease, which is an infection of the respiratory system, is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis.
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Vaccination to prevent kennel cough or Bordetella may be given now or at nine weeks of age.
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Whooping cough is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis; the infection spreads from through contaminated droplets of air.
Pertussis, or whooping cough, is an upper respiratory infection caused by the Bordetella pertussis or Bordetella parapertussis bacteria.
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