Volume 12, Number 6—June 2006
Certain viral factors determine the host range restriction and pathogenicity of influenza A viruses.
A vector control program must be based on epidemiologic and entomologic data.
Adenoviral infections associated with respiratory illness in military trainees involve multiple co-infecting species and serotypes.
S. aureus community-acquired pneumonia has been reported from 9 states.
Streptococcus suis outbreak was associated with exposure to sick or dead pigs.
Healthy children in urban areas have a high prevalence of fecal carriage of drug-resistant E. coli.
Combination vaccines may suppress Hib antibody concentration and avidity.
Specific binding of virus to oysters can selectively concentrate a human pathogen.
These infections are associated with a variety of clinical syndromes, in part related to specific serotype.
Brazilian strains of T. gondii differ from lineages in North America and Europe; these differences may underlie severe ocular disease.
Humans in contact with macaques risk exposure to enzootic primateborne viruses.
Diverse rotavirus strains are present, and frequency of G9 is high.
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Lessons from the History of Quarantine, from Plague to Influenza A
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