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Volume 25, Number 12—December 2019

  • Seroprevalence and Risk Factors Possibly Associated with Emerging Zoonotic Vaccinia Virus in a Farming Community, Colombia
    A. Styczynski et al.
  • Patterns of Transmission and Sources of Infection in Outbreaks of Human Toxoplasmosis
    F. Pinto-Ferreira et al.
  • Global Epidemiology of Buruli Ulcer, 2010–2017, and Analysis of 2014 WHO Programmatic Targets
    T. F. Omansen et al.
  • Human Infection with Orf Virus during Aïd-el-Fitr Festival, France, 2017
    J. Andreani et al.
  • Avian Influenza A Viruses among Occupationally-Exposed Populations, China, 2014–2016
    C. Quan et al.
  • Epidemiologic, Entomologic, and Virologic Factors of 2014–2015 Ross River Virus Outbreak, Southeast Queensland, Australia
    C. C. Jansen et al.
  • High Prevalence of Macrolide-Resistant Bordetella Pertussis and ptxP1
    L. Li et al.
  • Cost-Effectiveness of Prophylactic Zika Virus Vaccine in the Americas
    A. Shoukat et al.
  • Streptococcus suis–Associated Meningitis, Bali, Indonesia, 2014–2017
    N. Susilawathi et al.
  • Multicountry Analysis of Spectrum of Clinical Manifestations of Children <5 Years of Age Hospitalized with Diarrhea
    J. Murray et al.
  • Zika Virus–Specific IgM 25 Months after Illness Onset, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA
    I. Griffin et al.
  • Bagaza Virus Detected in Himalayan Monal Pheasants, South Africa, 2016–2017
    J. Steyn et al.
  • Divergent Barmah Forest Virus from Papua New Guinea
    L. Caly et al.
  • Half-Life of African Swine Fever Virus in Shipped Feed
    A. Stoian et al.

    African swine fever virus is transmissible through animal consumption of contaminated feed. To determine virus survival during transoceanic shipping, we calculated the half-life of the virus in 9 feed ingredients exposed to 30-day shipment conditions. Half-lives ranged from 9.6 to 14.2 days, indicating that the feed matrix environment promotes virus stability.

  • Animal Exposure and Human Plague, United States, 1970–2017
    S. B. Campbell et al.
  • Sheep as Host Species for Zoonotic Babesia venatorum, United Kingdom
    A. Gray et al.
  • Predicting Dengue Outbreaks in Cambodia
    A. Cousien et al.
  • Highly Diverse Rotaviruses in Common Shrews, Germany, 2004–2014
    R. Johne et al.
  • Cat-to-Human Transmission of Mycobacterium bovis, United Kingdom
    C. M. O’Connor et al.
  • Sentinel Listeriosis Surveillance in Selected Hospitals, China, 2013–2017
    W. Li et al.
  • West Nile Virus in Wildlife and Nonequine Domestic Animals, South Africa, 2010–2018
    J. Steyn et al.
  • Economic Effect of Confiscation of Cattle Viscera Infected with Cystic Echinococosis, Huancayo Province, Peru
    J. R. L. López et al.
  • Evolution of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N1) Virus in Poultry, Togo, 2018
    M. Fusade-Boyer et al.
  • Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N8) Virus in Gray Seals, Poland
    D. Shin et al.
  • Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 Virus Infection in a Captive Giant Panda, Hong Kong
    P. Martelli et al.
  • Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Seropositivity in Camel Handlers and Their Families, Pakistan
    J. Zheng et al.
Research Letters
  • Severe rhombencephalitis and myeloradiculitis associated with a European subtype of Tickborne Encephalitis virus in a returning traveler
    L. Neill et al.
  • Molecular Confirmation of Rickettsia parkeri in Amblyomma ovale Ticks from Veracruz, Mexico
    S. Sánchez-Montes et al.
  • Aspergillus felis in Patient with Chronic Granulomatous Disease
    O. Paccoud et al.
  • MERS-CoV in Camels but Not Camel Handlers, Sudan, 2015 and 2017
    E. Farag et al.
  • Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome, Russia
    E. A. Tkachenko et al.
  • Human Parasitism by Amblyomma parkeri Ticks Infected with Candidatus Rickettsia paranaensis, Brazil
    A. P. Borsoi et al.
  • Fatal Brazilian Spotted Fever Associated with Dogs and Amblyomma aureolatum Ticks, São Paulo, Brazil, 2013
    E. Savani et al.
  • Genetic Characterization of Avian Influenza A(H5N6) Virus Clade, Russia, 2018
    I. Susloparov et al.
  • Recombination between Vaccine and Field Strains of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus
    A. Wang et al.
  • Laboratory-Confirmed Avian Influenza A(H9N2) Virus Infection, India, 2019
    V. Potdar et al.
  • Phylogenetic Analysis of Bird-Virulent Strain of West Nile Virus, Greece
    G. Valiakos et al.
Books and Media
  • Antimicrobial Resistance in Bacteria from Livestock and Companion Animals
    L. Redding
Online Report
  • Canine Leishmaniosis Control in Context of One Health
    F. Dantas-Torres et al.


Volume 26, Number 1—January 2020

  • Candidatus Mycoplasma haemohominis in Human, Japan
    N. Hattori et al.
  • Spatial Epidemiologic Trends and Hotspots of Leishmaniasis, Sri Lanka, 2001–2018
    N. D. Karunaweera et al.
  • Paid Leave and Access to Telework as Work Attendance Determinants during Acute Respiratory Illness, United States, 2017–2018
    F. Ahmed et al.
  • Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus Hemorrhagic Disease in Asian Elephant Calves in Logging Camps, Myanmar
    Z. Oo et al.
  • High Azole Resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus Fungal Isolates from Strawberry Field, China, 2018
    Y. Chen et al.
  • Effect of Pediatric Influenza Vaccination on Antibiotic Resistance, England and Wales
    C. Chae et al.

    Vaccines against viral infections have been proposed to reduce prescribing of antibiotics and thereby help control resistant bacterial infections. However, by combining published data sources, we predict that pediatric live attenuated influenza vaccination in England and Wales will not substantially reduce antibiotic consumption or adverse health outcomes associated with antibiotic resistance.

  • Varicella in Adult Foreigners at a Referral Hospital, Central Tokyo, Japan, 2012–2016
    S. Takaya et al.
  • Distribution of Japanese Encephalitis Virus, Thailand and Southeast Asia Islands, 2016–2018
    R. Kuwata et al.
  • Geographic Distribtution and Incidence of Melioidosis, Panama
    A. B. Araúz et al.
Research Letters
  • Syphilitic bilateral papillitis mimicking papilloedema
    A. Gonzalez-Martinez et al.
  • Emergence of Vibrio cholerae O1 Sequence Type 75 in Taiwan
    Y. Tu et al.
  • Influenza A Virus Infections among Dromedary Camels, Nigeria and Ethiopia, 2015–2016
    D. Chu et al.
  • Autochthonous Human Fascioliasis, Belgium
    S. Milas et al.


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