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Volume 20, Number 4—April 2014

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“Let him examine, for instance, with a good lens, the eyes of the camels, and he will find there is as much painting beneath their drooping fringes as would, with most painters, be thought enough for the whole head . . . ” —John Ruskin, art critic (1856), regarding the work of John Frederick Lewis. more

Volume 20, Number 4—April 2014

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R. Marcello et al.
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Mandating reporting of all doses administered during an influenza pandemic was feasible.


B. Meyer et al.
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Camels were infected with this virus >10 years before the first human cases.

H. W. Chesson et al.
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Antimicrobial drug resistance can lead to increases in gonorrhea incidence rates.

G. Kayali et al.
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Continued circulation of influenza virus A subtypes H5N1 and H9N2 highlights the need for a revised intervention plan.

A. Reuss et al.
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No evidence was found for nosocomial transmission of this coronavirus.

S. Saha et al.
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Placing vaccine clinics in high population density areas could be an effective strategy to reach large numbers of people.

J. Sane et al.
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Mainly vaccinated students were affected, indicating inadequate vaccine effectiveness, but vaccination reduced risk for complications.

C. Lam et al.
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This pattern is consistent with continuing evolution in response to vaccine selection pressure.

M. Petrignani et al.
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Routine typing of virus from serum from reported patients is useful for detection of foodborne outbreaks.

M. Mendelson et al.
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Travel-related illness acquired in Africa varies markedly by the geographic region visited on the continent.

M. Widerström et al.
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Use of inadequate microbial barriers at water treatment plants can have serious public health consequences.

R. A. Cole et al.
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Imported live eels are a potential source of human gnathostomiasis.

Medscape CME Activity
R. S. Barlow et al.
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Providers should evaluate patient travel history and bacterial serotype when considering antimicrobial therapy.

A. Page et al.
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The emergence of G12P[8] warrants close attention to the characteristics of associated epidemics and possible prevention measures.

P. Woo et al.
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Continuous surveillance is needed to understand the potential for virus emergence in camels and subsequent transmission to humans.

C. von Wintersdorff et al.
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The metagenomic approach used might detect resistance genes in more species than culturing bacteria does.

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C. C. Brown et al.
J. E. Gee et al.
B. Ley et al.
T. Li et al.
R. J. Hall et al.
Y. Li et al.
K. Jung et al.
N. Stephens et al.
L. Birke et al.
G. Zhou et al.
M. Chan et al.
R. Hassing et al.
T. Chen et al.
N. Dharmayanti et al.

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S. Bloom and E. M. Weeks

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Regional Variation in Travel-related Illness acquired in Africa, March 1997--May 2011

p. 533

Antibodies against MERS Coronavirus in Dromedaries, United Arab Emirates, 2003 and 2013

p. 555

Novel Betacoronavirus in Dromedaries of the Middle East, 2013

p. 570

<em>Gnathostoma spinigerum</em> in Asian Swamp Eels, Ethnic Food Markets, United States, and Wild Populations in Florida and New Jersey, USA

p. 637

Cetacean Morbillivirus in Coastal Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins, Western Australia

p. 668

Decline of <em>Salmonella enterica</em> Serotype Choleraesuis Infections

p. 717

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