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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

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F. Checchi et al.
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Effectiveness was reduced by delays and other factors.

J. H. Rappole and Z. Hubálek
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TOC Summary: Migratory birds are unlikely introductory hosts for this highly pathogenic virus in its present form into North America.


P. Parola et al.
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Aedes albopictus may cause epidemics when infected persons travel to areas where vectors are prevalent.

W. Sopwith et al.
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MLST can be used to describe and analyze the epidemiology of campylobacteriosis in distinct human populations.

S. Chen et al.
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This infection has a high death rate and is predominantly associated with healthcare.

L. von Müller et al.
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Cytomegalovirus reactivation occurred in one third of patients and was associated with prolonged ventilation and stay in an intensive care unit.

C. A. McNulty et al.
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Persons more knowledgeable about these drugs are more likely to keep them.

W. J. Pape et al.
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Colorado death certificate data from 1979 through 2001 show that the risk for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease did not increase for residents of counties where chronic wasting disease is endemic among deer and elk.

A. Sánchez-Fauquier et al.
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A major shift in the predominant strains of rotavirus was detected.

S. Vong et al.
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Transmission is low despite extensive human contact with poultry.

L. A. Prosser et al.
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Vaccinating children aged 6–23 months, plus all other children at high-risk, will likely be more effective than vaccinating all children against influenza.

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 Birds and Influenza H5N1 Virus Movement to and within North America

p. 1488

 Novel Chikungunya Virus Variant in Travelers Returning from Indian Ocean Islands

p. 1495

 Nematode Symbiont for Photorhabdus asymbiotica

p. 1563

 Chikungunya Infection in Travelers

p. 1628

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