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Gamasid mites have been reported as natu rally, experimentally or ...
hosts than mites of other gamasid families. The titration experiments indicate that, at the temperaturesused,ingestedEEE virusdidnot ...
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No. 231, SABO (SABO): Strain: An 9398 -- 19 (62): 1133 -- American ...
No. 231, SABO (SABO). Strain: An 9398. Information from: O. R. Causey, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, 13 March 1969. Antigenic group: Simbu. ...
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ECOLOGY OF A SEMI-ISOLATED POPULATION OF ADULT ANOPHELES FREEBORNI ...
Nalgene tubs half-filled with water were provid ed for oviposition. Sugar water was continuously available. On the afternoon of 9 September, all remain ...
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SESSION I Chairman: George A. M. Cross
ANTIGENIC. VARIATION. IN TRYPANOSOMES. Chairman:. George A. M. Cross .... IC GM ACC GM CIA GCA GAl CM MA GGC AM TCC CCI GM AGC GAG IGC AAT AM AlA ICI GAG GM ...
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the presence or absence of neutralizing antibodies. Var icella ...
icella-Zoster Virus Infection in Pregnancy (G. Enders). A well written chapter on the clinical, epidemiologie, virologie and immunologie aspects of this ...
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Malaria Stratification, Climate, and Epidemic Early Warning in Eritrea
York; National Malaria Control Program, Ministry of Health, Asmara, Eritrea; Center for International Earth Science Information. Network (CIESIN), Columbia ...
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On December 8, 1954, smallpox was reported in Tabriz, the ...
or about 92 per cent of the population of Tabriz, were vaccinated within three .... Twelve days after admission the girl developed ...
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WEST NILE VIRUS INFECTION IN TREE SQUIRRELS (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE ...
Lynda Zucca, Wildlife Care Association, PO Box 60982, Sacramento, CA 95860, Telephone: 916-722-0400, E-mail: lzdvm{at}mindspring.com. ...
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Transmission of Rickettsia Orientalis to Man by Leptotrombidium ...
Scrub typhus developed in 45 (11.7%) of the 386 farmers bitten by chiggers. Although patients with scrub typhus may have sustained multiple bites, ...
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Laboratory Evaluation of Repllents and Toxicants as Clothing ...
Materials were desired that would be effective when applied to the clothing, and would remain effective through several days of wear or even through ...
 
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