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Volume 24, Number 4—April 2018
Two Infants with Presumed Congenital Zika Syndrome, Brownsville, Texas, USA, 2016–2017
A. Howard et al.
Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Enterobacteriaceae Producing Oxacillinase-48–Like Carbapenemases, United States
J. D. Lutgring et al.
Genomic Surveillance of 4CMenB Vaccine Antigenic Variants among Invasive Meningococcal Disease Isolates, United Kingdom, 2010–2016
C. Rodrigues et al.
Rickettsial Illnesses as Important Causes of Febrile Illness in Chittagong, Bangladesh
H. W. Kingston et al.
Influence of Population Immunosuppression and Past Vaccination on Smallpox Reemergence
C. MacIntyre et al.
Bacterial Infections in Neonates, Madagascar, 2012–2014
B. Huynh et al.
Artemisinin-Resistant Plasmodium falciparum with High Survival Rates, Uganda, 2014–2016
M. Ikeda et al.
Cooperative Recognition of Internationally Disseminated Ceftriaxone-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Strain
M. Lahra et al.
Influenza A(H7N9) Virus Antibody Responses in Survivors 1 Year after Infection, China, 2017
M. Ma et al.View AbstractEmail this Article
Avian influenza A(H7N9) virus has caused 5 epidemic waves in China since its emergence in 2013. We investigated the dynamic changes of antibody response to this virus over 1 year postinfection in 25 patients in Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China, who had laboratory-confirmed infections during the fifth epidemic wave, Oct 1, 2016–February 14, 2017. Most survivors had relatively robust antibody responses that decreased but remained detectable at 1 year. Antibody response was variable; several survivors had low or undetectable antibody titers. Hemagglutination inhibition titer was >1:40 for <40% of the survivors. Measured in vitro in infected mice, hemagglutination inhibition titer predicted serum protective ability. Our findings provide a helpful serologic guideline for identifying subclinical infections and for developing effective vaccines and therapeutics to counter H7N9 virus infections.
Carbapenem-Nonsusceptible Acinetobacter baumannii, 8 US Metropolitan Areas, 2012–2015
S. N. Bulens et al.
Avirulent Bacillus anthracis Strain with Molecular Assay Targets as Surrogate for Irradiation-Inactivated Virulent Spores
R. D. Plaut et al.
Evolution of ST-4821 Complex (CC4821) Meningococcal Strains in China, from Pre-Quinolone to Quinolone Era, 1972–2013
Q. Guo et al.
Emergomyces canadensis, a Dimorphic Fungus Causing Fatal Systemic Human Disease in North America
I. S. Schwartz et al.
mcr-1, Carbapenemase-Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in Hospitalized Patients, Portugal, September 2016–February 2017
A. Mendes et al.
Bimodal Seasonality and Alternating Predominance of Norovirus GII.4 and Non-GII.4, Hong Kong, China, 2014–2017
M. Chan et al.View AbstractEmail this Article
We report emerging subtropical bimodal seasonality and alternating predominance of norovirus GII.4 and non-GII.4 genotypes in Hong Kong. GII.4 predominated in summer and autumn months and affected young children, whereas emergent non-GII.4 genotypes predominated in winter months and affected all age groups. This highly dynamic epidemiology should inform vaccination strategies.
Importation of Mumps Virus Genotype K from Vietnam to China
W. Liu et al.
Novel Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N6) Virus in the Netherlands, December 2017
N. Beerens et al.View AbstractEmail this Article
A novel highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N6) virus affecting wild birds and commercial poultry was detected in the Netherlands in December 2017. Phylogenetic analysis demonstrated that the virus is a reassortant of H5N8 clade 126.96.36.199 viruses and not related to the Asian H5N6 viruses that caused human infections.
Imipenem Resistance in Clostridium difficile Ribotype 017, Portugal
J. Isidro et al.
Testing for Coccidioidomycosis among Community-Acquired Pneumonia Patients, Southern California, USA
S. Y. Tartof et al.
Enhanced Replication of a Highly Pathogenic Influenza A(H7N9) Virus in Humans
S. Yamayoshi et al.
Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella Sequence Type 34, New South Wales, Australia, 2016–2017
A. Arnott et al.
Direct Whole-Genome Sequencing of Cutaneous Strains of Haemophilus ducreyi
Two Cases of Dengue Fever Imported from Egypt to Russia, 2017
M. A. Saifullin et al.View AbstractEmail this Article
In 2017, two cases of dengue fever were imported from Hurghada, Egypt, where dengue fever was not considered endemic, to Moscow. These cases show how emergence of dengue fever in popular resort regions on the coast of the Red Sea can spread infection to countries where it is not endemic.
Classical Swine Fever Outbreak after Modified Live LOM-Strain Vaccination in Naive Pigs, South Korea
S. H. Je et al.
Chlamydia trachomatis in Lymph Node of Patient with Lymphogranuloma Venereum, Croatia, 2014
B. Gjurašin et al.
African Swine Fever Virus, Siberia, Russia, 2017
K. Denis et al.
Zika Virus MB16-23 in Mosquitoes, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA, 2016
J. Mutebi et al.
Cephalosporin-Resistant NG-MAST G1407/MLST 1901 Neisseria gonorrhoeae Clone, China
S. Chen et al.
Intensive Care Unit Admissions for Severe Chikungunya Virus Infection, French Polynesia
A. Koeltz et al.
Volume 24, Number 5—May 2018
Two Cases of Israeli Spotted Fever with Purpura Fulminans, Sharon District, Israel
R. Cohen et al.View Summary
Genetic sequencing should be used to confirm cases because purpura fulminans is a rare finding.
Human Usutu Virus Infection with Atypical Neurologic Presentation, Montpellier, France, 2016
Y. Simonin et al.
Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Serotype 6 Infection in Cattle, Japan, 2015
Y. Kamomae et al.
Borrelia miyamotoi sensu lato in Highly Endangered Père David Deer and Haemaphysalis longicornis
Y. Yang et al.
Volume 24, Number 6—June 2018
Foot-and-Mouth Disease Caused by an A/ASIA/G-VII Virus Lineage, Middle East, 2015–2016
K. Bachanek-Bankowska et al.
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