< > J91 - American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Organisation The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Publisher Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, USA.
ISSN 0002-9637

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J91.3.w1 1954 Southam, C.M. & Moore, A.E. Induced virus infections in man by Egypt isolates of West Nile virus. 3 19-50
J91.3.w2 1954 Hamilton, P.K. & Taylor, R.M. Report of a clinical case of West Nile virus infection probably acquired in the laboratory 3 51-52
J91.3.w3 1954 deRodaniche, E.  Spontaneous toxoplasmosis in the whiteface monkey, Cebus capucinus in Panama 3 1023-1025
J91.3.w4 1954 deRodaniche, E. Susceptibility of the marmoset, Marikina geoffroyi and the night monkey, Aotus zonalis, to experimental infection with Toxoplasma 3 1026-1032
J91.4.w1 1955 Work, T., Hurlbut, H.S. & Taylor, R.M. Indigenous wild birds of the Nile Delta as potential West Nile virus circulating reservoirs 4 872-888
J91.5.w1 1956 Taylor, R.M., Work, T.H., Hurlbut, H.S. & Rizk, F. A study of the ecology of West Nile virus in Egypt 5 579-620
J91.5.w2 1956 Hurlbut, H.S. West Nile virus infection in arthropods 5 76-85
J91.9.w1 1960 Benirscke, K. & Richard, R. Spontaneous acute toxoplasmosis in a marmoset monkey 9 269-273
J91.14.w1 1965 Vest, E.D., Lundgren, D.L., Parker, D.D., Johnson, D.E., Morse, E.L., Bushman, J.B., Sidwell, R.W. & Thorpe, B.D. Results of a five-year study for certain enzootic disease in the fauna of western Utah 14 124-135
J91.14.w2 1965 Thorpe, B.D., Sidwell, R.W., Johnson, D.E., Smart, K.L. & Parker, D.D. Tularemia in the wildlife and livestock of the Great Salt Lake Desert Region, 1951 through 1964 14 622-637
J91.16.w1 1967 Thorpe, B.D., Sidwell, R.W. & Lundgren, D.L. Experimental studies with four species of Brucella in selected wildlife, laboratory, and domestic animals 16 665-674
J91.18.w1 1969 Nir, Y., Lasowski, Y., Avivi, A. & Goldwasser, R. Survey for antibodies to arboviruses in the serum of various animals in Israel during 1965-1966 18 416-422
J91.18.w2 1969 Filipe, A.R. & Pinto, M.R. Survey for antibodies to arboviruses in serum of animals from southern Portugal 18 423-426
J91.18.w3 1969 Berengo, A., de Lalla, F., Cavallini-Sampieri, L., Bechelli, G. & Cavallini, F. Prevalence of toxoplasmosis among domestic and wild animals in the area of Siena, Italy 18 391-394
J19.19.w1 1970 Causey, O.R., Kemp, G.E., Madbouly, M.H. & David-West, T.S. Congo virus from domestic livestock, African hedgehog, and arthropods in Nigeria 19 846-850
J91.20.w1 1971 Work, T. On the Japanese B - West Nile virus complex of an arbovirus problem of six continents 20 169-186
J91.22.w1 1973 Wallace, G.D. Intermediate and transport hosts in the natural history of Toxoplasma gondii 22 456-464
J91.23.w1 1974 Perelman, A. & Stern, J. Acute pancreatitis in West Nile fever 23 1150-1152
J91.23.w2 1974 Wallace, G.D., Zigas, V. & Gajdusek, D.C. Toxoplasmosis and cats in New Guinea 23 8-14
J91.24.w1 1975 Frenkel, J.K., Ruiz, A. & Chinchilla, M. Soil survival of Toxoplasma oocysts in Kansas and Costa Rica 24 439-443
J91.26.w1 1977 González, M.T., Filipe, A.R. Antibodies to arboviruses in northwestern Spain 26 792-797
J91.27.w1 1978 Carey, A.B., Giles, R.H. & McLean, R.G. The landscape epidemiology of rabies in Virginia 27 573-580
J91.27.w2 1978 McLean, D.M. Snowshoe Hare (SSH). Strain: Original 27 426-429
J91.27.w3 1978 Tesh, R.B. & Wallace, G.D. Observations on the natural history of encephalomyocarditis virus 27 133-143
J91.32.w1 1983 McLean R.G., Mullenix J., Kerschner J. & Hamm J. The house sparrow (Passer domesticus) as a sentinel for St. Louis encephalitis virus 32 1120-1129
J91.33.w1 1984 Hayes, C.G., Baker, R.H., Baqar, S. & Ahmed, T. Genetic variation for West NIle virus susceptibility in Culex tritaeniorhynchu 33 715-724
J91.34.w1 1985 Rodhain, F., Petter, J-J., Albignac, R., Coulanges, P. & Hannoun, C. Arboviruses and lemurs in Madagascar: experimental infection of Lemur fulvus with Yellow Fever and West Nile viruses 34 816-822
J91.41.w1 1989 Telford, S.R. III & Spielman, A. Enzootic transmission of the agent of Lyme disease in rabbits 41 482-490
J91.42.w1 1990 Pon, E., McKee, K.T. Jr., Diniega, B.M., Merrell, B., Corwin, A., & Ksiazek, T.G. Outbreak of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome among U.S. Marines in Korea 42 612-619
J91.45.w1 1991 Nashad, N.W., Main, A.J., Tewfik, S.A., Metwally, S.A. & Hanafi, H.A. West Nile and Sindbis antibodies in birds and rodents in the Nile Delta region of Egypt 45 278-279
J91.46.w1  1992 Reisen W.K., Hardy J.L. & Presser S.B. Evaluation of domestic pigeons as sentinels for detecting arbovirus activity in southern California 46 69-79
J91.48.w1 1993 Baqar, S., Hayes, C.G., Murphy, J.R. & Watts, D.M. Vertical transmission of West Nile virus by Culex and Aedes species mosquitoes. 48 757-762
J91.48.w2 1993 Abbassy, M.M., Osman, M. & Marzouk, A.S. West Nile virus (Flaviviridae: Flavivirus) in experimentally infected Argas ticks (Acari: Argasidae) 48 726-737
J91.49.w1 1993 Kaplan, J.E., Holland, M.U., Green, D.B., Gracia, F. & Reeves, W.C. Failure to detect human T-lymphotropic virus antibody in wild-caught New World primates 49 236-238
J91.49.w2 1993 Marrie, T.J., Embil, J. & Yates, L. Seroepidemiology of Coxiella burnetii among wildlife in Nova Scotia 49 613-615
J91.51.w1 1994 Alexander KA, MacLachlan NJ, Kat PW, House C, O'Brien SJ, Lerche NW, Sawyer M, Frank LG, Holekamp K, Smale L, McNutt, J.W., Laurenson, M.K., Mills, M..L. & Osburn, B.I. Evidence of natural bluetongue virus infection among African carnivores 51 568-576
J91.52.w1 1995 Rollin, P.E., Bowen, M.D., Kariwa, H., Saluzzo, J.F., Guerard, S., Flechaire, A., Coudrier, D., Sureau, P., Peters, C.J., Nichol, S.T. Short report: isolation and partial characterization of a Puumala virus from a human case of nephropathia epidemica in France 52 577-578
J91.55.w1 1996 Theis, J.H., Cleary, M., Syvanen, M., Gilson, A., Swift, P. & Johnson, E. DNA-confirmed Taenia solium cysticercosis in black bears (Ursus americanus) from California 55 456-458
J91.57.w1 1997 Wilson, M.L., Bretsky, P.M., Cooper, G.H., Egbertson, S.H., van Kruiningen, H.J. & Cartter, M.I. Emergence of raccoon rabies in Connecticut, 1991-1994: spatial and temporal characteristics of animal infection and human contact 57 457-463
J91.61.w1 1999 Nur, Y.A., Groen, J., Heuvelmans, H., Tuynman, W., Copra, C. & Osterhaus, A.D.M.E. An outbreak of West Nile fever among migrants in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo 61 885-888
J91.61.w2 1999 Savage, H.M., Ceianu, C., Nicolescu, G., Karabatsos, N., Lanciotti, R., Vladimirescu, A., Laiv, L., Ungureanu, A., Romanca, C. & Tsai, T.F. Entomological and avian investigations of an epidemic of West Nile fever in Romania in 1996, with serological and molecular characterisation of a virus isolate from mosquitoes 61 600-611
J91.61.w3 1999 Sibold, C., Meisel, H., Lundkvist A, Schulz A, Cifire F, Ulrich R, Kozuch O, Labuda M, Krüger DH. Short report: simultaneous occurrence of Dobrava, Puumala, and Tula hantaviruses in Slovakia 61 409-411
J91.61.w4 1999 Kabrane-Lazizi, Y., Fine, J.B., Elm, J., Glass, G.E., Higa, H., Diwan, A., Gibbs, C.J Jr., Meng, X.J., Emerson, S.U. & Purcell, R.H. Evidence for widespread infection of wild rats with hepatitis E virus in the United States 61 331-335
J91.62.w1 2000 Miller, B.R., Nasci, R.S., Godsey, M.S., Savage, H.M., Lutwama, J.J., Lanciotti, R.S. & Peters, C.J. First field evidence for natural vertical transmission of West Nile virus in Culex univittatus complex mosquitoes from Rift Valley province, Kenya. 62 240-246
J91.62.w2 2000 Higgins, J.A., Hubalek, Z., Halouzka, J., Elkins, K.L., Sjostedt, A., Shipley, M. & Ibrahim, M.S. Detection of Francisella tularensis in infected mammals and vectors using a probe-based polymerase chain reaction 62 310-318
J91.62.w3 2000 Ahlm, C., Wallin, K., Lundkvist, A., Elgh, F., Juto, P., Merza, M. & Tärnvik, A. Serological evidence of Puumala virus infection in wild moose in northern Sweden 62 106-111
J91.62S3.w1 2000 Komar, N., Davis, B., Bunning, M. & Hettler, D. Experimental infection of wild birds with West Nile virus (New York 1999 strain) 62S3 229-230
J91.65.w1 2001 Staubach, C., Thulke, H.H., Tackmann, K., Hugh-Jones, M., Conraths, F.J. Geographic information system-aided analysis of factors associated with the spatial distribution of Echinococcus multilocularis infections of foxes 65 943-948
J91.65S3.w1 2001 Saad, M.D., Botros, B.A.M., Mohareb, E.W., Chapman, G.D. & Graham, R.R. Prevalence of IgG antibodies to West Nile and Sindbis viruses in horses in Egypt 65S3 394
J91.65S3.w2 2001 Xiao, S-Y., Guzman, H., Zhang, H., Travassos da Rosa, A.P.A. & Tesh, R.B. West Nile virus infection in the golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus): a model of West Nile encephalitis 65S3 406
J91.65S3.w3 2001 Komar, N., Langevin, S., Davis, B., Hinten, S. & Bunning, M. Experimental infection of wild birds with West Nile virus (New York 1999 strain) 65S3 407
J91.65S3.w4 2001 Kramer, L.D., Bernard, K.A. & Dupuis II, A.P. West Nile virus in naturally infected birds 65S3 407-408
J91.66.w1 2002 Kanesa-Thasan, N., Putnak, J.R., Mangiafico, J.A., Saluzzo, J.-F. & Ludwig, G.V. Short report: absence of protective neutralizing antibodies to West Nile virus in subjects following vaccination with Japanese encephalitis or dengue viruses 66 115-116
J91.66.w1 2002 Monath, T.P. Editorial: Jennerian vaccination against West Nile virus 66 113-114
J91.67.w1 2002 Nasci, R.S., Komar, N., Marfin, A.A., Ludwig, G.V., Kramer, L.D., Daniels, T.J., Falco, R.C., Campbell, S.R., Brookes, K., Gottfried, K.L., Burkhalter, K.L., Aspen, S.E., Kerst, A.J., Lanciotti, R.S. & Moore, C.G. Detection of West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes and seropositive juvenile birds in the vicinity of virus-positive dead birds 67 492-496
J91.67.w2 2002 Ludwig, G.V., Calle, P.P., Mangiafico, J.A., Raphael, B.L., Danner, D.K., Hile, J.A., Clippinger, T.L., Smith, J.F., Cook, R.A. & McNamara, T. An outbreak of West Nile virus in a New York Captive wildlife population 67 67-75
J91.67S2.w1 2002 Miller, R.S., Nisalak, A., Gettayacamin, M., Wongsrichanalai, C., Kheowcharas, C., Mammen, M.P., Ruble, D.L. & Endy, T.P. Serological evidence of unusual JE complex flaviviruses along the Thai-Myanmar border 67S2 338
J91.67S2.w2 2002 Turell, M.J., Creekmore, T., Mitchell, C., Ortman, B., Chang, G., Speaker, T., Spielman, A., McLean, R., McNamara, T., Komar, N., Ludwig, G., Farley, L., Bowen, R. & Bunning, M. Efficacy of a DNA vaccine for protecting fish crows from West Nile virus 67S2 339
J91.67S2.w3 2002 Bunning, M.L., Fox, P.E., Bowen, R.A., Komar, N., Chang, J.G.,Speaker, T.J., Stephens, M.R., Nemeth, N., Gordy, P., Davis, B.S., Langevin, S., Panella, N.A., Bright, P., McNamara, T. & Turell, M.J. Evaluation of recombinant DNA and killed West Nile virus vaccines in the American crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) 67S2 339-340
J91.67S2.w4 2002 Arroyo, J., Miller, C., Catalan, J., Goeans, S.D., Myers, G., Johnson, B.W., Miller, B., Rico-Hesse, R., & Monath, T.P. Development of a chimeric vaccine against West Nile virus 67S2 340
J91.68.w1 2003 Goethert, H.K. & Telford, S.R. III Enzootic transmission of the agent of human granulocytic ehrlichosis among cottontail rabbits 68 633-637
J91.72.w1 2004 Cruz, L., Cardenas, V.M., Abarca, M., Rodriguez, T., Reyna, R.F., Serpas, M.V., Fontaine, R.E., Beasley, D.W., Da Rosa, A.P., Weaver, S.C., Tesh, R.B., Powers, A.M. & Suarez-Rangel, G. Short report: serological evidence of West Nile virus activity in El Salvador 72 612-615
J91.73.w2 2005 DuPuis, A. P. II; Marra, P. P.; Reitsma, R.; Jones, M. J.; Louie, K. L., and Kramer, L. D. Short report: serologic evidence for West Nile virus transmission in Puerto Rico and Cuba. 73 474-476
J91.74.w1 2006 Li, T.C., Saito, M., Ogura, G., Ishibashi, O., Miyamura, T. & Takeda, N. Serologic evidence for hepatitis E virus infection in mongoose
74 932-936
J91.75.w1 2006 Xiao, N., Nakao, M., Qui, I., Budke, C.M., Giraudoux, P., Craig, P.S. & Ito, A. Short report: dual infection of animal hosts with different Echinococcus species in the eastern Quinghai-Tibet plateau region of China 75 292-294
J91.77.w1 2007 Linke, S., Niedrig, M., Kaiser, A., Ellerbrok, H., Müller, K., Müller, T., Conraths, F.J., Mühle, R.-U., Schmidt, D., Köppen, U., Bairlein, F., Berthold, P & Pauli, G. Serologic evidence of West Nile virus infections in wild birds captured in Germany 77 358-364

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