Volume 11, Number 9—September 2005
West Nile virus transmission in Florida can be monitored by using modeled hydrology.
Reports of secondary bloodborne transmission of vCJD add to the uncertainty about the future of the vCJD outbreak.
Impact of different antiviral treatment strategies on hospitalizations during an influenza pandemic is evaluated.
High prevalence may be due to clonal spread and emergence of resistant strains.
Persons in counties with high dead crow densities had elevated risk for disease.
An explosive epidemic of DENV-3 in 2002 was the most severe dengue epidemic reported in Brazil since dengue viruses were introduced.
Efforts to control human trypanosomiasis, which sharply reduced the disease, must be sustained.
Short course of antimicrobial therapy can select resistant bacteria that persist for 4 years or longer.
Bioterrorism surveillance systems can be assessed using modeling to simulate real-world attacks.
Culex quinquefasciatus was identified as probable vector.
Legionella pneumophila serogroup 13 may be underrecognized.
The HIV-1 epidemic has increased the malaria disease and death rate in southern Africa.
Viral adaptation to the host may be occurring under selective immune pressure.
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