< > J100 - Journal of Infectious Diseases 

Organisation Infectious Diseases Society of America
Publisher University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.
ISSN 0022-1899

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J100.56.w1 1935 Schlotthauer, C.F., Olson, C. & Thompson, L. Tularemia in wild gray foxes: report of an epizootic 56 28-30
J100.72.w1 1943 Perrin, T.L., Brigham, G.D. & Pickins, E.G. Toxoplasmosis in wild rats 72 91-96
J100.76.w1 1945 Burroughs, A.L., Holdenreid, R., Longanecker, D.S. & Meyer, K.F. A field study of latent tularemia in rodents with a list of all known naturally infected vertebrates 76 115-119
J100.93.w1 1952 Bernkopf, H., Levine, S. & Nerson, R. Isolation of West Nile virus in Israel 93 207-218
J100.99.w1 1956 Stagg, G., Tanner, W.S. & Lavender, J. Experimental infections of native animals with Pasteurella tularensis 99 34-37
J100.101.w1 1957 Lundgren, D.L., Marchette, N.J. & Smart, K.L. Tularemia in the coyote, Canis latrans lestes Merriam 101 154-157
J100.103.w1 1958 McKeever, S., Schubert, J.H., Moody, M.D., Gorman, G.W. & Chapman, J.F. Natural occurrence of tularemia in marsupials, carnivores, lagomorphs, and large rodents in south-western Georgia and northwestern Florida 103 120-126
J100.109.w1 1961 Johnston, P.B. A second immunologic type of simian foamy virus: monkey throat infections and unmasking by both types 109 1-9
J100.115.w1 1965 Hartsough, G.R. & Burger, D. Encephalopathy of mink  I. epizootiologic and clinical observations 115 387-392
J100.115.w2 1965 Morris, J.A., Saglam, M. & Bozeman, F.M. Recovery of a new syncytium virus from a cottontail rabbit 115 495-499
J100.120.w1 1969 Smith, P.C., Yuill, T.M., Buchanan, R.D., Stanton, J.S. & Chaicumpa, V. The gibbon (Hylobates lar): a new primate host for Herpesvirus hominis. I. A natural epizootic in a laboratory colony 120 292-297
J100.123.w1 1971 McLean, R.G. Rabies in raccoons in the southeastern United States 123 680-681
J100.125.w1 1972 Winkler, W.G. (From the Center for Disease Control) Rabies in the United States, 1951-1970 125 674-676
J100.128.w1 1973 Cho, C.T., Liu, C., Voth, D.W. & Feng, K.K. Effects of idoxuridine on Herpesvirus hominisi encephalitis and disseminated infections in marmosets 128 718-723
J100.141.w1 1980 Brummer-Korvenkontio, M., Vaheri, A., Hovi, T., von Bonsdorff, C.H., Vuorimies, J., Manni, T., Penttinen, K., Oker-Blom, N. & Lähdevirta, J. Nephropathia epidemica: detection of antigen in bank voles and serologic diagnosis of human infection 141 131-134
J100.146.w1 1982 Hadlow, W.J., Kennedy, R.C. & Race, R.E. Natural infection of Suffolk sheep with scrapie virus 146 657-664
J100.146.w2 1982 Coutinho, S.G., Leite, M.A., Amendoeira, M.R. & Marzochi, M.C. Concomitant cases of acquired toxoplasmosis in children of a single family: evidence of reinfection 146 30-33
J100.148.w1 1983 Bigler, W.J., Hoff, G.L., Smith, J.S., McLean, R.G., Trevino, H.A. & Ingwersen, J. Persistence of rabies antibody in free-ranging raccoons 148 610
J100.149.w1 1984 Smith, J.S., Sumner, J.W., Roumillat, L.F., Baer, G.M. & Winkler, W.G. Antigenic characteristics of isolates associated with a new epizootic of raccoon rabies in the United States 149 769-774
J100.153.w1 1986 Huggins, J.W., Kim, G.R., Brand, O.M. & McKee, K.T. Jr. Ribavirin therapy for Hantaan virus infection in suckling mice 153 489-497
J100.160.w1 1989 Montali, R.J., Ramsay, E.C., Stephensen, C.B., Worley, M., Davis, J.A. & Holmes, K.V. A new transmissible viral hepatitis of marmosets and tamarins 160 759-765
J100.162.w1 1990 Qian, D.Y., Ding, Y.S., Chen, G.F., Ding, J.J., Chen, Y.X., Lu, T.F., Wang, Z.X. & Smego, R.A. Jr. A placebo-controlled clinical trial of prednisone in the treatment of early hemorrhagic fever 162 1213-1214
J100.164.w1 1991 Huggins, J.W., Hsiang, C.M., Cosgriff, T.M., Guang, M.Y., Smith, J.I., Wu, Z.O., LeDuc, J.W., Zheng, Z.M., Meegan, J.M., Wang, Q.N., Oland, D.D., Gui, X.E., Gibbs, P.H., Yuan, H.Y. & Zhang, T.M. Prospective, double-blind, concurrent, placebo-controlled clinical trial of intravenous ribavirin therapy of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
 
164 1119-1127
J100.165.w1 1992 Ticehurst J, Rhodes LL Jr, Krawczynski K, Asher LV, Engler WF, Mensing TL, Caudill JD, Sjogren MH, Hoke CH Jr, LeDuc JW, Bradley, D.W. & Binn. L.N. Infection of owl monkeys (Aotus trivirgatus) and cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) with hepatitis E virus from Mexico 165 835-845
J100.166.w1 1992 Smith, J.S., Orciari, L.A., Yager, P.A., Seidel, H.D. & Warner, C.K. Epidemiologic and historical relationships among 87 rabies virus isolates as determined by limited sequence analysis 166 296-307
J100.166.w2 1992 Gligic, A., Dimkovic N, Xiao SY, Buckle GJ, Jovanovic D, Velimirovic D, Stojanovic R, Obradovic M, Diglisic G, Micic J, et al. Belgrade virus: a new hantavirus causing severe hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Yugoslavia 166 113-120
J100.167.w1 1993 Montali, R.J., Scanga, C.A., Pernikoff, D., Wessner, D.R., Ward, R. & Holmes, K.V. A common-source outbreak of callitrichid hepatitis in captive tamarins and marmosets 167 946-950
J100.169.w1 1994 Diglisic, G., Xiao, S.Y., Gligic, A., Obradovic, M., Stojanovic, R., Velimirovic, D., Lukac, V., Rossi, C.A. & LeDuc, J.W. Isolation of a Puumala-like virus from Mus musculus captured in Yugoslavia and its association with severe hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome 169 204-207
J100.170.w1 1994 Pilaski, J., Feldmann, H., Morzunov, S., Rollin, P.E., Ruo, S.L., Lauer, B., Peters, C.J. & Nichol, S.T. Genetic identification of a new Puumala virus strain causing severe hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Germany 170 1456-1462
J100.171.w1 1995 Arankalle, V.A, Tsarev, S.A., Chadha, M.S., Alling, D.W., Emerson, S.U., Banerjee, K. & Purcell, R.H. Age-specific prevalence of antibodies to hepatitis A and E viruses in Pune, India, 1982 and 1992 171 447-450
J100.172.w1 1995 Howe, D.K. & Sibley, L.D. Toxoplasma gondii comprises three clonal lineages: correlation of parasite genotype with human disease 172 1561-6
J100.176.w1 1997 Bollin, C.A., Whipple, D.L., Khanna, K.V., Risdahl, J.M., Peterson, P.K. & Molitor, T.W. Infection of swine with Mycobacterium bovis as a model of human tuberculosis 176 1559-1566
J100.178.w1 1998 Race, R., Jenny, A. & Sutton, D. Scrapie infectivity and proteinase K-resistant prion protein in sheep placenta, brain, spleen, and lymph node: implications for transmission and antemortem diagnosis 178 949-53
J100.179.w1 1999 Han, L.L., Popovici, F., Alexander, J.P. Jr., Laurentia, V., Tengelsen, L.A., Cernescue, C., Gary, H.E. Jr., Ion-Nedelcu, N., Campbell, G.L. & Tsai, T.F. Risk factors for West Nile virus infection and meningoencephalitis, Romania, 1996 179 230-233
J100.179.w2 1999 Fultz, P.N., McGinn, T., Davis, I.C., Romano, J.W. & Li, Y. Coinfection of macaques with simian immunodeficiency virus and simian T cell leukemia virus type I: effects on virus burdens and disease progression 179 600-611
J100.181.w1 2000 Cernescu, C., Nedelcu, N-I., Tardei, G., Ruta, S. & Tsai, T.F. Continued transmission of West Nile virus to humans in southeastern Romania 181 710-712
J100.181.w2 2000 Favorov, M.O., Kosoy, M.Y., Tsarev, S.A., Childs, J.E. & Margolis, H.S. Prevalence of antibody to hepatitis E virus among rodents in the United States 181 449-455
J100.182.w1 2000 Jordan, I., Briese, T., Fischer, N., Yiu-Nam Lau, J. & Lipkin, W.I. Ribivarin inhibits West Nile replication and cytopathic effect in neural cells 182 1214-1217
J100.182.w2 2000 O'Neil, S.P., Novembre, F.J., Hill, A.B., Suwyn, C., Hart, C.E., Evans-Strickfaden, T., Anderson, D.C., deRosayro, J., Herndon, J.G., Saucier, M. & McClure, H.M. Progressive infection in a subset of HIV-1-positive chimpanzees 182 1051-1062
J100.184.w1 2001 Yang, J-S., Kim, J., Hwang, D., Choo, A.Y., Dang, K., Maguire, H., Kudchodkar, S., Ramanathan, M.P. & Weiner, D.B. Induction of potent Th1-type immune responses from a novel DNA vaccine for West Nile virus New York isolate (WNV-NY1999) 184 809-816
J100.184.w2 2001 Aggarwal, R., Kamili, S., Spelbring, J. & Krawczynski, K. Experimental studies on subclinical hepatitis E virus infection in cynomolgus macaques 184 1380-1385
J100.188.w1 2003   Agrawal, A.G. & Petersen, L.R. Human immunogobulin as a treatment for West Nile virus infection 188 1-4
J100.188.w2 2003 Ben-Nathan, D., Lustig, S., Tam, G., Robinzon, S., Segal, S. & Rager-Zisman, B. Prophylactic and therapeutic efficacy of human intravenous immunoglobulin in treating West Nile virus infection in mice 188 5-12
J100.188.w3 2003 Schellenberg, R.S., Tan, B.J., Irvine, J.D., Stockdale, D.R., Gajadhar, A.A., Serhir, B., Botha, J., Armstrong, C.A., Woods, S.A., Blondeau, J.M. & McNab, T.L.  An outbreak of trichinellosis due to consumption of bear meat infected with Trichinella nativa, in 2 northern Saskatchewan communities. 188 835-843
J100.189.w1 2004 Kamili, S., Spelbring, J., Carson, D. & Krawczynski, K. Protective efficacy of hepatitis E virus DNA vaccine administered by gene gun in the cynomolgus macaque model of infection 189 258-264
J100.192.w1 2005 Ijaz, S., Arnold, E., Banks, M., Bendall, R.P., Cramp, M.E., Cunningham, R., Dalton, H.R., Harrison, T.J., Hill, S.F., Macfarlane, L., Meigh, R.E., Shafi, S., Sheppard, M.J., Smithson, J., Wilson, M.P. & Teo, C.G. Non-travel-associated hepatitis E in England and Wales: demographic, clinical, and molecular epidemiological characteristics

 
192 1166-1172
J100.192.w2 2005 Kau, J.H., Sun, D.S., Tsai, W.J., Shyu, H.F., Huang, H.H., Lin, H.C. & Chang, H.H. Antiplatelet activities of anthrax lethal toxin are associated with suppressed p42/44 and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways in the platelets 192 1465-1474

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