Volume 19, Number 7—July 2013
This agent may cause severe illness in humans and should be considered an emerging zoonosis.
Enteric fever, dengue, and rabies are increasing; malaria is decreasing; and malaria, dengue, and enteric fever were detected in clusters.
Regional variations should be considered in patient care, surveillance, and control programs.
Feline Coronavirus spike proteolytic requirement modifications may facilitate development of novel diagnostic and vaccine strategies against human strains.
Monitoring of serotypes causing disease provides insight into pathogenesis and vaccine composition.
Year-to-year fluctuations in RSV bias estimates of vaccine impact in young children in the first few years after vaccine introduction.
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