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Volume 12, Number 7—July 2006


S. M. O'Connor et al.
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Infectious agents, often through complex systems, likely determine more chronic diseases than is currently appreciated.

M. G. Baker and D. P. Fidler
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IHR 2005 establishes a global surveillance system for public health emergencies of international concern.


M. Gottfreðsson et al.
R. Sang et al.
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Numerous tickborne viruses, including Dhori virus and foot-and-mouth disease virus, were isolated.

J. Iralu et al.
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Patients showed seroconversion to rodent-associated Bartonella antigens, but not to Bartonella pathogenic for humans.

P. Comstedt et al.
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Birds host vector ticks and Borrelia species and vary in effectiveness as reservoirs.

M. C. Cecere et al.
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Treating all communities within 1,500 m of a target community may reduce reinfestation risk.

R. de Sousa et al.
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First R. sibirica–related strain is detected.

Y. Liu et al.
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Eschars can be used for genetic characterization of O. tsutsugamushi during the convalescent phase.

J. Staples et al.
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Distinct subpopulations of F. tularensis differ in their clinical manifestations, geographic distribution, and likely modes of transmission.

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S. Clegg
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J. W. Buehler et al.

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Orientia tsutsugamushi in Eschars from Scrub Typhus Patients

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Japanese Spotted Fever, South Korea

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Transmission of New Bovine Prion to Mice

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