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Volume 11, Number 8—August 2005

Ancient Myths and Avian Pestilence - PDF Version

"These birds are the size of a crane and are like the ibis, but their beaks are more powerful..." more

Perspective

E. B. Hayes et al.
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Since 1999, >16,000 cases in the United Stateswere transmitted by Culex mosquitoes.

E. B. Hayes et al.
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Virologic characteristics of WNV likely interact with host factors in the pathogenesis of fever, meningitis, encephalitis, and flaccid paralysis.

Research

P. Yagupsky and E. Baron
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Laboratory exposures to brucellae indicate unfamiliarity with organism.

L. T. Daum et al.
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Worldwide emergence of variant viruses has prompted a change in the 2005–2006 H3N2 influenza A vaccine strain.

M. L. Miller et al.
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Increasingly resistant bacteria in sickle cell disease patients indicate need to evaluate extendedspectrum cephalosporin therapy.

C. MacDougall et al.
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Increasingly resistant bacteria in sickle cell disease patients indicate need to evaluate extendedspectrum cephalosporin therapy.

F. Li et al.
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Annual trends showed a significant increase in the proportion of MRSA among adult but not among pediatric patients.

O. Glazunova et al.
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Multispacer sequence typing is the first reliable method for typing Coxiella burnetii isolates.

K. A. Davis et al.
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Acinetobacter osteomyelitis appears suppressed with extended antimicrobial drug therapy based on susceptibility patterns.

A. Vabret et al.
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Coronavirus NL63 was found in hospitalized children with upper and lower respiratory infections.

B. S. Akouamba et al.
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Non-B HIV-1 was consistent with patients’ area of origin.

J. G. Wright et al.
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Within each of 4 outbreaks of S. Typhimurium among humans and animals at companion animal care facilities, isolates were identical or nearly identical.

A. Gori et al.
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Speed of spoligotyping could be a benefit in the clinical setting.

B. Pourbohloul et al.
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Contact network epidemiology can provide quantitative input even before pathogen is fully characterized.

G. Hall et al.
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An estimated 4.0–6.9 million episodes of foodborne gastroenteritis occur in Australia each year.

K. Roy et al.
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Optimal point to switch to more expensive drug depends on prevalence of drug resistance and

disease in the population.

S. Philippe et al.
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Proprietary concentrates and milk replacers were linked to risk for scrapie.

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Virology, Pathology, and Clinical Manifestations of West Nile Virus Disease

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The Trojan Chicken Study, Minnesota

p. 1190

Malaria and Irrigated Crops, Accra, Ghana

p. 1291

Trepid and Intrepid Travelers

p. 1309
 

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