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2006-10-26 01:14:49
2006-10-26 01:14:49

Scientists. Microbiologists in particular. Oh, are you asking for a reason as in job related. Well obviously police foresics (CSI), biologists, chemists, drug companies, schools, doctors, agencies like the CDC that are tracking the spread of diseases like West Nile virus, etc.

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