Emerging Viral Diseases of Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific
, K.B. Chua†‡, P.W. Daniels‡, B.T. Eaton‡, H.E. Field§, R.A. Hall*, K. Halpin*§, C.A. Johansen*¶, P.D. Kirkland#, S.K. Lam†, P. McMinn**, D.J. Nisbet*, R. Paru††, A.T. Pyke‡‡, S.A. Ritchie¶, P. Siba††, D.W. Smith§§, G.A. Smith‡‡, A.F. van den Hurk*, L.F. Wang‡, and D.T. Williams*‡
Author affiliations: *University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; †University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya; ‡CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Australia; §Animal Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia; ¶Queensland Health Tropical Public Health Unit, Cairns, Australia; #Elizabeth McArthur Agricultural Institute, New South Wales, Australia; **Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Perth, Australia; ††Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research, Goroka, PNG; ‡‡Queensland Health Scientific Services, Brisbane, Australia; §§PathCentre, Nedlands,Western Australia, Australia
Annual case notifications of Ross River (RRV) and Barmah Forest (BFV) virus infections, 1991-1999.
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