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Volume 9, Number 9—September 2003

Research

Early Identification of Common-Source Foodborne Virus Outbreaks in Europe

Marion Koopmans*Comments to Author , Harry Vennema*, Herre Heersma*, Elisabeth van Strien*, Yvonne van Duynhoven*, David Brown†, Marc Reacher†, Ben Lopman†, and for the European Consortium on Foodborne Viruses
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands; †Public Health Laboratory Service, London, United Kingdom

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Timeline of Web-based reporting of epidemiologic and virologic data and interrogation of the database for the Foodborne Viruses in Europe Group.

Figure. Timeline of Web-based reporting of epidemiologic and virologic data and interrogation of the database for the Foodborne Viruses in Europe Group.

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1The Netherlands: M. Koopmans, H. Vennena, Y. van Duynhoven, D. E. van Strien, W. van de Poel, National Institute of Public Health and the Environment; Bilthoven; Finland: C-H von Bonsdorff, L. Maunula, Helsinki University: Denmark: B. Böttiger, K. Mølbak, F.X. Hanon, Statens Serum Institute, Copenhagen; Sweden; L. Svensson, K-O Hedlund, Maria Thorvag, Juan Carrique-Mas, Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, Solna; UK: D. Brown, M. Reacher, J.Green, B. Lopman, Public Health Laboratory Service, London; Germany: E. Schreier, H. Gelderblom, Andrea Ammon, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin; Spain: A. Sanchez-Faquier, G. Hernández-Pezzi, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid; A. Bosch, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona; J. Buesa, Universitat de Valencia; France: F. LeGuyader, IFREMER, Nantes; P. Pothier, E. Kohli, Laboratoire de Virologie, Dijon; Italy: F. Ruggeri, D. DeMedici, Instituo di Superiore di Sanitá, Rome. In addition, outside the formal project group, M. Poljsak (Slovenia), and G. Szücs (Hungary) actively participate in the project.

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