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Volume 11, Number 11—November 2005

Phoenix and Fowl: Birds of a Feather - PDF Version

A treasured aviary, the vast collection of bird paintings in Chinese art, reflects longstanding global fascination with our feathered friends...  more


R. N. Charrel et al.
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In southern Europe, Toscana virus is one of the three leading causes of aseptic meningitis.


T. Tiensin et al.
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Early detection and control curtail outbreaks.

H. Attoui et al.
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Neurotropic virus disease is often misdiagnosed as Japanese encephalitis.


M. J. Grainge et al.
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HPV-negative women >50 years of age still require cervical screening.

S. Chaturvedi et al.
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A molecular analysis of pheromone genes showed a notable prevalence of Cryptococcus gattii isolates from AIDS patients in southern California.

V. Chevalier et al.
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Serologic incidence was estimated at 2.9%.

S. Sanbonmatsu-Gámez et al.
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At least 2 virus lineages are circulating in the Mediterranean basin.

V. A. Rar et al.
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Ixodes and Dermacentor ticks harbor Borrelia, Anaplasma/Ehrlichia, Bartonella, and Babesia species.

L. Maunula et al.
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Norovirus contamination calls for viral monitoring of drinking water.

J. Scott et al.
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Sequencing distinguished relapsing fever from other borrelial species but not B. duttonii from B. recurrentis.

M. Ho et al.
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Antibody response correlates with severity of infection.

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J. Lo et al.
J. Rolain et al.
Z. Bisoffi et al.
D. N. Durrheim et al.
E. Averett et al.
M. S. Green et al.
A. Salim et al.
F. Chen et al.
R. Ochiai et al.
D. C. Des Jarlais et al.
W. B. Stone et al.
A. M. Mandalakas et al.
C. DiGiovanni et al.
N. Ohashi et al.
G. Sidi et al.
J. Spaargaren et al.

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Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1, Thailand, 2004

p. 1666

Coltiviruses and Seadornaviruses in North America, Europe, and Asia

p. 1674

African Trypanosomiasis Gambiense, Italy

p. 1747

Borrelia spielmanii Erythema Migrans, Hungary

p. 1794

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