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3614
Argelians
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Planet: Argelius II. Despite the hedonistic nature of the natives of Argelius II, their planet has long been known as a friendly shore-leave spot for Starfleet — even after the murderous...

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4523
Tribble
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Origin: unspecified. A small animal characteristically soft, furry, and pleasing to most humanoids (with the exception of Klingons). Tribbles give off a soft purring sound that is...

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Trials and Tribble-ations
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The Defiant is returning from Cardassian space with the Bajoran Orb of Time. A Klingon named Arne Darvin, surgically altered to look human, has come aboard as a passenger. He uses the Orb to send...

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Breen
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Planet: name unspecified. A humanoid species from a cold planet who operate in a politically non-aligned manner and are reputed to be aggressive, with outposts in Sector 97. It is presumed that...

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Kriosians
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Planet: Krios. The tall, slender humanoid members if this species share similarities in their skin pigments — a dark-spotted, skin pattern along the hairline and down the neck and spine...

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Bajorans
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Planet: Bajor Humanoid race, distinguished outwardly only by extra wrinkles at the bridge of the nose, have wandered the galaxy and settled on various worlds ever since their homeland was...

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Cardassians
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Planet: Cardassia   Tall, long-necked, humanoid in appearance, marked by several bony protrusions and ridges: one from the shoulder to under the ears, whose bottom lobes in turn are more...

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Changeling
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Origin: Gamma Quadrant Little is known about this strange race. They call themselves Changelings, a name adopted from others' use. The Changelings are the highest order in a Gamma Quadrant...

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Emissary, Part I
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For six days during Stardate 43997, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Starship Enterprise was held captive by a sinister race called the Borg. The Borg altered the captain's appearance and mind and...

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Ferengi
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The homeworld of the Ferengi species is Ferenginar. The Ferengi have a culture which is based entirely upon commerce. They follow a code of conduct known as "The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition."...

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Frunalian
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Origin: the Alpha Quadrant. An alien species which took an early scientific interest in the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole near the Deep Space Nine space station. This species has also...

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Infirmary
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Term used by old Earth armies for a hospital ward, used for the medical facility on station Deep Space Nine when run by the station's first Starfleet chief medical officer, Dr. Julian Bashir.

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Prophets
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Origin: Bajoran wormhole According to Bajoran religious doctrines, the prophets are the spiritual protectors and guides to the Bajoran peoples. Throughout Bajoran history, several unusual...

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Symbionts, Trill
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Only 300 symbionts are available for hosting each year on average. If a host is weak, the personality of the symbiont will overwhelm it. Unless its current Joined Host objects, a prospective Host...

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Trunkhead Aliens
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Planet: unspecified. Commonly seen in Federation faciliities such as DS9. A dull brown-skinned race with pointed upswept ears and a long, trunk-like, fleshy protrusion from the back of the skull...

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Wormhole Aliens
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Origin: The Bajoran wormhole. Non-corporeal, non-linear telepathic race who built the wormhole adjoining Bajor some 10,000 years ago and worshiped by the natives there as "The Prophets" because of...

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46392
Emissary, Part II
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On a distant outpost at the edge of the final frontier, an untested crew embarks on an unprecedented journey. For six days during Stardate 43997, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Starship...

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46401
Joranian ostrich
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Planet: name unspecified. An alien ornithic species with an extremely fearful disposition. Fear has developed notable evolutionary flaws in the species; if frightened, the Joranian ostrich is...

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Past Prologue
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Dr. Bashir is excited to meet Garak, the last Cardassian aboard Deep Space Nine and a rumored spy. He rushes to tell the rest of the crew, but they are busy rescuing a Bajoran, Tahna Los, whose...

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46410
Move Along Home
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Commander Sisko, in dress uniform, prepares to receive the first formal alien delegation from the Gamma Quadrant — a group from a newly discovered species known as the Wadi. Sisko, Kira,...

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Wadi
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Origin: Gamma Quadrant Space-faring and game-loving humanoid race (pronounced "WAH-dee") from an unspecified planet whose people are the first formally known to be contacted from the Alpha-Beta...

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46421
bioregenerative field
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In biomedical applications, a radiated energy used to accelerate cellular growth -- especially useful to accelerate the growth of a cloned individual. This technique was employed by Dr. Julian...

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electrophoretic analysis
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Standard medical analysis to test cellular components. On station Deep Space Nine, such an analysis was run by Dr. Bashir on a group of unknown cells found in Ibudan's quarters in an effort to...

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Garanian Bolites
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Extremely small creatures which act as irritants when they come into contact with humanoid skin, as two unsuspecting Bajorans learned due to a trick played on them by Jake and Nog in 2369.

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Man Alone, A
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The adjustment period aboard Deep Space Nine continues as transplants from across the galaxy attempt to come to terms with their new life and each other. O'Brien's wife Keiko misses the U.S.S...

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46423
aphasia
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Nominally a perceptual dysfunction in which aural and visual stimuli, as well as other communication and comprehension function, are incorrectly processed by the brain. Typically aphasia is...

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Babel
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Frustrated by the mechanical problems on the space station, O'Brien attempts to fix the food replicators. Little does he know, an alien device has found a way into the station circuitry. For some...

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Bajoran Medical Index
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Database Kira consulted when tracking the current whereabouts of Dr. Surmak Ren in 2369.

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corophyzine
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Used to prevent a secondary infection when viral fever cannot be lowered. Doctor Bashir used 30cc of the drug on Chief O'Brien while under the effects of the aphasia-like virus.

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neural imaging scan
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Medical diagnostic scan employed to test the acuity of a patient's visual cortex. In 2369, on station Deep Space Nine, Chief Medical Officer Doctor Julian Bashir performed a neural imaging scan...

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test sample 37-D (delta)
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One of the many ineffective samples run while a fatigued Doctor Bashir races to find an antidote to the aphasia-like virus and analyzed just as he realizes he has the disease. The computer's...

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virus, aphasia-like
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An engineered virus that mimics the symptoms of the neural communicative disruption of its namesake dysfunction breaks into an epidemic on DS9 from a long-dormant VIRAL DEVICE left in a...

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46495
Captive Pursuit
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While listening to a complaint about Quark's lascivious behavior from a Dabo girl, Sisko is alerted that an alien vessel is coming through the wormhole. The vessel contains a reptilian being named...

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Hunters
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Origin: unknown planet in the Gamma Quadrant. A humanoid race who live to pursue the Tosk in an endless life-and-death hunt, never contacted again after a single incident on DS9 in 2369 soon after...

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Tosk
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Origin: Gamma Quadrant A reptilian race, bred by unspecified eugenicists to enjoy being hunted and provide as exciting and interesting a chase as possible. They live only to outwit their Hunters...

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Vulcans
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Planet: Vulcan A humanoid race, with copper-based blood, slightly green-tinted complexion and notably pointed ears, they are responsible in a large part for the founding of the Federation. Over...

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46531
Q-Less
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Returning from a mission to the Gamma Quadrant on the other side of the wormhole, Lieutenant Dax and an ensign are trapped in their Runabout. While O'Brien works to free them, Dr. Bashir sees...

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Verathans
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Origin: the Gamma Quadrant. A humanoid race (pronounced "vuh-RATH-uns") whose civilization reached its height 30,000 years ago, spanning over two dozen systems interconnected with a highly...

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46578
Yridians
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Planet: name unspecified. This wrinkly-skinned alien species famed as information merchants was known to the Vulcans before humans, at least in the altered but impermanent future during Archer's...

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46594
alpha-wave inducer
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A substance which relaxes a patient by easing the introduction of alpha waves into the brain. Doctor Bashir warned Kajada that it is only meant for occasional use.

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DNA reference scan
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Medical procedure to test and confirm the identity of an individual by matching DNA patterns with those on file. Kajada, a Kobliad security officer, requested Doctor Julian Bashir perform a DNA...

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Kobliad
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Origin: unspecified planet near the Bajoran system. Dying humanoid space-faring culture near the Bajoran system (pronounced "KOH-blee-add") who use Federation-supplied deuridium to stabilize their...

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parasitic infection
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Otherwise undescribed disease which approximated death in a patient -- possibly a Bajoran if Doctor Bashir's off-station medical mission is short-ranged -- and even fooled a tricorder until Doctor...

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Passenger
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Traveling in a runabout, Kira and Bashir pick up a distress signal from a disabled Kobliad ship. They beam over to discover an injured Kobliad woman named Ty Kajada, a security officer. Her...

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retinal imaging scan
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Medical examination enabling the physician to verify the presence or absence of visual cortex activity.

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46649
Dolbargi
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A culture capable of a self-induced death-simulation technique that is teachable to and usable by others, including Hupyrians and Ferengi — as servant Maihar'du taught Grand Nagus Zek.

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Hupyrians
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Planet: name unspecified. A tall, facially-wrinkled, white-skinned, mute, humanoid species, many members of whom can be found working for important Ferengi officials because the Hupyrians have a...

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Tarahongians
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Planet: name unspecified. A people (pronounced "tair-uh-HONG-ee-uns") who are naturally gullible — at least according to Quark, who shrugs off Grand Nagus Zek's praise at selling their...

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The Nagus
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It's business as usual for Quark at his bar, until he is approached by a Ferengi named Krax, who presents his father, Grand Nagus Zek, the elderly, shrewd, revered leader of the Ferengi business...

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46715
Altorans
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Origin: unknown. Rumored to be traders with the Miradorn species.

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Miradorn
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Planet: name unspecified. A race (pronounced "MEER-a-dorn") in which all are twins who make up a single self as two halves of one being — a "quarrelsome people," according to Quark. Natives...

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Rakhari
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Planet: Rakhar, Gamma Quadrant. Humanoid race distinguished by heavy ridges down the nose and full heads of bushy hair. Aware and unafraid of space-farers, they cared little about outside contact...

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Vanoben
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Planet: name unspecified. The otherwise nondescript home (pronounced "van-NOBB-un") of a transport ship raided only two light years from Deep Space Nine, when an artifact similar to one being...

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Vortex
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While haggling with a pair of twinned Miradorns over a valuable goblet for which he had agreed to provide a buyer — until learning that the artifact in question may have been acquired...

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46729
Dal'Rok
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Planet: Bajor. A unique creature made of energy that is fabricated for five days of every year by the Bajoran Sirah to place two opposing villages against a mythical creature and thereby continue...

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Storyteller, The
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Sisko and Kira play host on the space station to the leaders of two rival Bajoran factions — the Paqu and the Navot. Sisko has stepped in to mediate their land dispute in an effort to avert...

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46753
Battle Lines
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Kai Opaka, Bajor's spiritual leader, pays a surprise visit to the station — her first journey away from her home planet. Sisko, Kira, and Bashir escort her on a tour of the station, and...

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Ennis/ Nol-Ennis
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Origin: Gamma Quadrant. Two humanoid factions of the same species who fought for so long they were banished to a prison moon to continue their fighting, able to finally die only if they escape the...

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46844
Carnivorous Rastipod
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Origin: Bajor. An animal reputed for a distinct lack of grace — apparently, a beast with two left legs.

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Progress
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With the Federation's help, the Bajoran government is about to perform a massive energy transfer by tapping the molten core of its fifth moon, Jeraddo. In preparation, Kira and Dax make an orbital...

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46853
Beneriam Hawk
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Planet: name unspecified. A predatory ornithoid life-form to whom Chief of Security Odo was compared on stardate 46853.2.

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Gunji jackdaw
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Origin: Alpha Quadrant. A species resembling an ostrich, spotted on Deep Space Nine's Promenade on stardate 46853.

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If Wishes Were Horses
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While Sisko, Kira, and Dax investigate readings of unusually high thoron emissions coming from the plasma field in their area of space, O'Brien reads his daughter Molly a bedtime story about...

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46910
Argosian
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Planet: Argosia. An alien species, one member of whom once threw a drink in Commander Sisko's face and nearly caused a brawl to break out.

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Dax
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Lieutenant Dax, preparing to return to her quarters for the evening, is being observed by a male Trill named Selin Peers. Ilon Tandro, a humanoid from Klaestron IV, joins him in the shadows....

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Klaestronians
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Planet: Klaestron IV. An advanced space-faring humanoid race that is distinguishable in appearance by an ear ridge that comes forward to the eye, raising the hairline over the ear. The world was...

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46922
cryostasis
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A Federation medical procedure commonly used to slow down a critically injured patient's biological functions, thereby allowing more time to diagnose and repair the problem. On stardate 46922 Dr....

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Dramatis Personae
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Kira protests when Sisko allows a Valerian ship to dock at the station, because she believes that the Valerians are supplying weapons-grade dolamide to the Cardassians. However, before the...

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ionic interference signal
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Dr. Bashir used this signal, which was locked onto the resonance frequencies of the telepathic matrix which was afflicting the Deep Space Nine officers, to reverse the effect and expunge it.

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Kaleans
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Origin: unknown. An unfriendly group of this race (pronounced "CAL-ee-uns"), once confronted Curzon Dax and Commander Sisko on Rochani III.

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Saltah'na
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Origin: Gamma Quadrant. An ancient race (pronounced "sul-tu-NAW") that was entirely destroyed by a massive power struggle. The events were described in a telepathic archive contained in energy...

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Valerians
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Origin: unknown. This humanoid space-faring race of the Alpha Quadrant delivered weapons-grade dolomide to the occupying Cardassians on Bajor and were suspected of still doing so in 2369 at DS9,...

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46925
Arbazan
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Planet: Arbaza A humanoid race (pronounced "ARR-buh-zahn"), mostly distinguished in appearance by a high forehead hairline. The word is used as both the adjective and with "the" as the noun for...

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Avianoid Aliens
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Members of this unspecified humanoid species distinguished by white, shaggy hair and a beak-like mouth continuing up into a Klingon-like forehead ridge are seen frequenting DS9. One wealthy native...

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Bolians
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Planet: Bolarus IX A Federation race of humanoids, most distinguishable in appearance by the narrow yet distinctive ridgeline running at least from over the skull from the spine to the nose and...

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Forsaken, The
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Bashir plays reluctant host to a delegation of Federation ambassadors, one of whom happens to be Lwaxana Troi, mother of the Enterprise's counselor, Deanna Troi. Lwaxana creates a scene in Quark's...

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Liseppians
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Planet: Liseppia. A humanoid, non-aligned space-faring race distinguished by finger-like projections from the chin downward and a large, hard-skinned bare head with a pattern of ridges radiating...

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Nehru Colony
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Origin: Federation colony near station Deep Space 9 and the Bajoran system. Contacted via subspace link under the orders of science officer Jadzia Dax in 2369, in an attempt to rescue the...

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Wanoni Tracehound
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Planet: name unspecified. An predatory animal life-form rumored to take great pleasure in the pursuit of its prey. On stardate 46925.1, Constable Odo was heard comparing the romantically...

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46963
coleibric hemorrhage
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A blood discharge associated with some aspect of Cardassian anatomy. A massive case was the cause of Gul Darhe'el's death while asleep.

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Duet
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A Kobheerian freighter transports a passenger onto the space station who has a medical condition known as Kalla-Nohra. Kira recalls that the only cases of this were the result of a mining accident...

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Kalla-Nohra syndrome
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A disease whose only known cases resulted from a mining accident at the Gallitepp forced labor camp for Bajorans, sometime prior to its liberation in 2358. Dr. Bashir did not hear of it until...

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Kobheerians
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Planet: name unspecified. The bald, reptilian-skinned space-faring race resembling Liseppians and Dopterians with a skull-encircling ridge are a common trader with Cardassia Prime directly.

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Larosian virus
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An affliction that was "going around" Deep Space Nine circa stardate 46853, when a shocked Dr. Bashir first guessed it was the reason Dax appeared to be coming onto him in his own bed.

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Pottrik syndrome
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A disease (pronounced "POT-rick") that Marritza, seeking to spark suspicion that he really is Gul Darhe'el, claims to be afflicted with rather than Kalla-Nohra syndrome, which he says is treated...

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46996
In the Hands of the Prophets
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While Keiko O'Brien is teaching her students about the scientific aspects of the wormhole, a Bajoran woman in religious garb, Vedek Winn, observes the class and calmly objects to Keiko's secular...

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47105
Homecoming, The
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Kira is intrigued when Quark presents her with an earring he claims was delivered from Cardassia IV. She immediately recognizes the earring as that of Li Nalas, who according to legend is the...

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Yelikans
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Planet: name unspecified. Space-faring culture with a transport set for departure from Deep Space Nine in 2370, when Minister Jaro announced Kira's recall to Bajor.

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47114
Circle, The
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After Minister Jaro dismisses Major Kira and sends her back to Bajor, Sisko angrily confronts him about his actions. Jaro is surprised that Sisko is not happy to be rid of his troublesome officer,...

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47136
Siege, The
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With less than five hours remaining before Bajoran forces are due to arrive, Sisko continues to evacuate Deep Space Nine. He elects to remain aboard to delay the station takeover, and is pleased...

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47177
Cardassians
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Bashir is surprised when his "friend" Garak, a Cardassian tailor, is attacked and bitten by a Cardassian boy who is visiting the station with his Bajoran father. The boy, Rugal, is an orphan...

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47182
Invasive Procedures
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A violent plasma storm leads to the evacuation of Deep Space Nine, leaving a skeleton crew behind to maintain the station. Odo is suspicious when he learns that Quark is hiding in an airlock, but...

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47229
Elaysians
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Planet: name unspecified. A space-faring humanoid people of a low-gravity world; only a handful have ventured off-planet, requiring the use of anti-grav wheelchairs whenever they leave. They have...

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herb, Invernian
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A common herb which grows in remote areas of Invernia II and has medicinal properties. It was unknown to the young Dr. Bashir and his father when they were trapped by an ionic storm on that planet...

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Invernians
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Planet: Invernia II. Apparently humanoid species (pronounced "ihn-VUHR-nee-ahnz") and linked to the United Federation of Planets by treaty, possibly as members. A native girl about 10 died while a...

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Melora
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The crew welcomes Ensign Melora Pazlar, a cartographer on a mission to chart the Gamma Quadrant. Melora is an Elaysian, a species from a planet with very low gravity, and because of this, she must...

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neo-analeptic transmitters
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Biochemical neuro-stimulants developed within the 2360s that Doctor Bashir hypothesizes and proves can put Nathaniel Teros' abandoned theory of Neuromuscular Adaptation to work -- and offer...

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Oxygenes
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Origin: unspecified. By implication, an oxygen-breathing species otherwise unspecified but apparently of Alpha or Beta quadrant origin. The species was known to Curzon or a previous Dax host,...

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47282
cortolin
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Used to treat a wound inflicted by a compressor beam weapon. Dr. Bashir used 10cc of cortolin when trying to treat Quark after his wound from Trazco's compressed Tetryon beam weapon.

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Necessary Evil
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A beautiful Bajoran woman, Pallra, calls Quark to Bajor and persuades him to retrieve a strongbox her late husband kept hidden on Deep Space Nine. He agrees, unaware that a stranger named Trazko...

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