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Volume 20, Number 5—May 2014

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Perspective

T. J. O’Shea et al.
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High metabolism and body temperatures of flying bats might enable them to host many viruses.

Synopses

P. Yagupsky
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Improved methods for identifying infected children and carriers are needed to adequately investigate outbreaks of K. kingae.

Research

J. Ariza-Miguel et al.
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This disease has reemerged because of persistence of local reservoirs of infection.

G. Buehring et al.
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Molecular evidence for this virus in humans raises public health concerns.

T. López-Cuadrado et al.
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Surveillance and control systems should be reinforced to provide reliable data.

M. Sáfadi et al.
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Polysaccharide vaccine did not affect carriage nor interrupt transmission of an epidemic strain.

M. Steinau et al.
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Prevalence of HPVs in oropharyngeal cancer DNA suggests that vaccines could prevent most cases.

S. M. Marks et al.
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Drug resistance was extensive and care was complex; nevertheless, high rates of treatment completion were achieved albeit at considerable cost.

H. Chiou et al.
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The virus has been circulating in Taiwan for about 100 years.

S. A. Shelburne et al.
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This species has a critical role in invasive viridans group streptococci bloodstream infections.

M. Dietrich et al.
D. Ben-David et al.
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This clone has persisted in a post–acute care facility for >5 years.

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Dispatches

W. Wang et al.
D. N. Birdsell et al.
B. Zhao et al.
K. Pabbaraju et al.
H. Wu et al.
P. Wu et al.
J. Lowe et al.
N. Jia et al.
P. Li et al.
B. Race et al.
C. Gaudreau et al.
J. Heo et al.
S. Cho et al.
Z. Feng et al.
G. Saborío et al.

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Photo Quizzes

C. Fulghieri and S. Bloom

Letters

R. Rickert-Hartman and J. P. Folster
T. Eyckmans et al.
Y. Sun et al.
A. Belbezier et al.
L. Wang et al.
M. Zivcec et al.
M. Barros et al.
C. Vignaroli et al.
R. Drali et al.
Z. Li et al.
M. Porrero et al.
A. Elbers et al.
J. Bonnedahl et al.

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Molecular Investigation of Tularemia Outbreaks, Spain, 1997–2008

p. 758

Bovine Leukemia Virus DNA in Human Breast Tissue

p. 779

Chronic Wasting Disease Agents in Nonhuman Primates

p. 834

<em />Rickettsia</em> spp. in Seabird Ticks from Western Indian Ocean Islands, 2011–2012

p. 839

PCR for Detection of Oseltamivir Resistance Mutation in Influenza A(H7N9) Virus

p. 848

<em />Babesia venatorum</em> Infection in Child, China

p. 896

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