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Browse by Exposure: Arboviruses (9 articles)

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Chevalier V, Lancelot R, Diaite A, Mondet B, Sall B, De Lamballerie X
Serological assessment of West Nile fever virus activity in the pastoral system of Ferlo, Senegal.
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2006 Oct;1081:216-25.
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Trevejo RT, Reeves WC
Antibody response to Culex tarsalis salivary gland antigens among sentinel chickens in California.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 72(4):481-7, 2005 Apr.
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Reed KD, Meece JK, Henkel JS, Shukla SK
Birds, migration and emerging zoonoses: west nile virus, lyme disease, influenza A and enteropathogens.[comment]. [Review] [49 refs]
Clinical Medicine & Research. 1(1):5-12, 2003 Jan.
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Fagbo SF
The evolving transmission pattern of Rift Valley fever in the Arabian Peninsula.
Ann N Y Acad Sci 2002 Oct;969:201-4.
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Li X, Rossignol PA
Probability model on the use of sentinel animal monitoring for arbovirus.
Epidemiology. 9(4):446-51, 1998 Jul.
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Aguirre AA, McLean RG, Cook RS, Quan TJ
Serologic survey for selected arboviruses and other potential pathogens in wildlife from Mexico.
J Wildl Dis 1992 Jul;28(3):435-42.
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Molnar E
Occurrence of tick-borne encephalitis and other arboviruses in Hungary.
Geographia Medica. 12:78-120, 1982.
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Monath TP, Lee VH, Wilson DC, Fagbami A, Tomori O
Arbovirus studies in Nupeko forest, a possible natural focus of yellow fever virus in Nigeria. I. Description of the area and serological survey of humans and other vertebrate hosts.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 68(1):30-8, 1974.
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Lee VH, Monath TP, Tomori O, Fagbami A, Wilson DC
Arbovirus studies in Nupeko forest, a possible natural focus of yellow fever virus in Nigeria. II. Entomological investigations and viruses isolated.
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1974;68(1):39-43.
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