They had to infect the perfectly adequate data with the totally improbable idea of a 400-year-old heirloom elk antler tool.
Ebola Reston, it seemed, could infect humans, but never became symptomatic.
MRSA starts with skin boils, then spreads to infect organs and bones.
That means there are diseases out there now that could infect millions in the decades to come.
While the bats are infected, they shed large quantities of virus that can infect other animals.
There must be some sort of bacteria in fish which infect the catcher and impel him to expand facts whether he will or not.
Stand clear of rashness, and have nothing of insincerity or self-love to infect you.
Such a patient then would not be as likely to infect a mosquito as would one less seriously affected.
He may kiss any member of his family, or a baby, and infect them.
The Garrison made sure that no dangerous bacteria, fungus, or what-not arrived to infect the system.
infect in·fect (ĭn-fěkt')
v. in·fect·ed, in·fect·ing, in·fects
To contaminate with a pathogenic microorganism or agent.
To communicate a pathogen or disease to another organism.
To invade and produce infection in an organ or body part.