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mallei

(măl′ē-ī′)
n.
Plural of malleus.

mallei

See malleus.

malleus

(mal'e-us ) (mal'e-i?, mal'e-e?) plural.mallei [L., malleus, hammer]
The largest of the three auditory ossicles. It is attached to the eardrum and articulates with the incus. Synonym: hammer (2); mallet (3)
See: ear
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mallei antibodies in apparently healthy Pakistani army equids.
mallei is only found in infected hosts; it is not found in water, soil, or plants.
mallei is considered a potential biological agent because it can be dispersed as a highly infective aerosol causing incapacitating or fatal disease.
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