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Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
N7.31.w1 1982 Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch, Division of Viral Diseases, Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC Rabies -- United States, 1981 31 (27) 379-380
N7.31.w2 1982 E Israel, MD, State Epidemiologist, Maryland State Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene; CW Hays, MD, State Epidemiologist, Pennsylvania State Dept of Health; GB Miller, Jr, MD, State Epidemiologist, Virginia State Dept of Health; LE Haddy, MS, State Epidemiologist, West Virginia State Dept of Health; ME Levy, MD, State Epidemiologist, District of Columbia Dept of Human Svcs; Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Br, Div of Viral Diseases, Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Rabies -- Mid-Atlantic States 31 (44) 592-593
N7.32.w1 1983 EJ Witte, VMD, CW Hays, MD, State Epidemiologist, Pennsylvania State Dept of Health; GB Miller Jr, MD, State Epidemiologist, Virginia State Dept of Health; LE Haddy, MS, Acting State Epidemiologist, West Virginia State Dept of Health; ME Levy, MD, State Epidemiologist, District of Columbia Dept of Human Svcs; E Israel MD, State Epidemiologist, Maryland State Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene; Div of Viral Diseases, Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Update: Raccoon Rabies -- Mid-Atlantic States 32 (7) 97-98
N7.36.w1 1987 Centers for Disease Control Rabies Surveillance 1986 36(3S) 1S-27S
N7.37.w1 1988 Daniel B. Fishbein, M.D. James G. Dobbins, Ph.D. Joyce H. Bryson Paul F. Pinsky, M.P.H. Jean S. Smith, M.S. Division of Viral Diseases Center for Infectious Diseases Rabies Surveillance, United States, 1987 37 (SS-4) 1-7
N7.37.w2 1988 The working group consists of MD Lairmore, DVM, PhD, JE Kaplan, MD, Div of Viral Diseases, M Rayfield, PhD, AIDS Laboratory, AIDS Program, B Brown, DVM, Office of Scientific Svcs, Center for Infectious Diseases; JW McVicar, DVM, MS, Office of Biosafety, Office of the Director, CDC. MD Daniel, DVM, PhD New England Regional Primate Center, Harvard Medical School, Southborough, Massachusetts. NW Lerche, DVM, MPVM, California Regional Primate Research Center. Univ of California, Davis. PL Nara, DVM, PnD National Cancer Institute. HM McClure, DVM, Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory Univ, Atlanta, Georgia. RW McKinney, PhD, Office of Biosalety, DO Johnsen, DVM, Div of Research Resources, R Purcell, MD, National Institute ofAllergy and Infectious Diseases; CJ Gibbs Jr, PhD, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health. M Hendry, DVM, DSci, Div of Virology, Food and Drug Administration. P Gerone, DVM, Delta Regional Primate Research Center, Tulane Univ, Covington, Louisiana. J Allan, DVM, Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, Texas. JL Ribas, DVM, Dept of Virus Diseases, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, DC. HJ Klein, VMD, DS, Laboratory Animal Resources, Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories, West Point, Pennsylvania. PB Jahrling, PhD, Dept of Pathogenesis and lmmunology, US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Fort Detrick, Maryland. Perspectives in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Guidelines to Prevent Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Laboratory Workers and Animal Handlers 37 (45) 693-694, 699-704
N7.38.w1 1989 Division of Viral Diseases Center for Infectious Diseases Rabies Surveillance, United States, 1988 38 (SS-1) 1-7
N7.39.w1 1990 Centers for Disease Control Rabies in a Llama -- Oklahoma 39 203-204
N7.41.w1 1992 ML Cartter, MD, JL Hadler, MD, State Epidemiologist, Connecticut State Dept of Health Svcs. MG Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, Div of Public Health Svcs, New Hampshire State Dept of Health and Human Svcs. FE Sorhage, VMD, KC Spitalny, MD, State Epidemiologist, New Jersey Dept of Health. JG Debbie, DVM, DL Morse, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. JL Hunter, DVM, JN MacCormack, MD, State Epidemiologist, North Carolina Dept of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources. KA Smith, DVM, TJ Halpin, MD, State Epidemiologist, Ohio Dept of Health. SR Jenkins, VMD, Virginia Dept of Health. LE Haddy, MS, State Epidemiologist, West Virginia Dept of Health and Human Resources. Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Br, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Extension of the Raccoon Rabies Epizootic -- United States, 1992 41 (36) --
N7.43.w1 1994 ML Cartter, MD, GH Cooper, JL Hadler, MD, State Epidemiologist, Connecticut
State Dept of Public Health and Addiction Svcs. M McGuill, DVM, A DeMaria, MD, State Epidemiologist,
Massachusetts Dept of Public Health. MG Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New
Hampshire State Dept of Health and Human Svcs. JG Debbie, DVM, DL Morse, MD, State
Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. JL Hunter, DVM, JN MacCormack, MD, State
Epidemiologist, North Carolina Dept of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources. Viral and
Rickettsial Zoonoses Br, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious
Diseases, CDC.
Raccoon Rabies Epizootic -- United States, 1993 43 269-270
N7.45.w1 1997 TK Lee, DrPH, KF Gensheimer, MD, State Epidemiologist, Maine Dept of Human
Svcs. RH Johnson, DVM, Vermont Dept of Health. U Bandy, MD, State Epidemiologist, State of
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Dept of Health. CA Hanlon, VMD, CV Trimarchi,
D Morse, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. JL Hunter, DVM, JM Moser,
MD, State Epidemiologist, North Carolina Dept of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources.
KA Smith, DVM, TJ Halpin, MD, State Epidemiologist, Ohio Dept of Health. Viral and Rickettsial
Zoonoses Br, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC.
Update: Raccoon Rabies Epizootic - United States, 1996 45 1117-1120
N7.48.w1 1999 D Asnis, MD, R Conetta, MD, G Waldman, MD, A Teixeira, MD, Flushing Hospital, Queens; New York City acute care hospitals and microbiology laboratories; T McNamara, DVM, Wildlife Conservation Society; A Fine, MD, M Layton, MD, J Miller, MD, D Cimini, MPH, M Camilo Vargas, DVM, A Inglesby, MD, A Labowitz, K Bornschlegel, MPH, B Maldin, E Samoff, MPH, D Haddow, and the New York City Outbreak Investigation Team; S Mullin, MSW, J Gadd, MPP, E Giebelhaus, MPP, L Masuch, MSW, A Sher, M Foggin, BJ Mojica, N Cohen, MD, I Weisfuse, MD, R Bhalla, MD, E Lee, MD, D Malebranche, MD, G Sacajiu, MD, A Sharma, MD, A Ramon, MD, I Poshni, PhD, H Stirling, MPH, A Goldberg, New York City Dept of Health; J Hauer, MHS, Mayor's Office of Emergency Management, New York City; A Huang, MD, A Rosenberg, MD, P Yang-Lewis, MPH, HN Adel, MD, Westchester County Health Dept; K Gaffney, MD, A Greenberg, MD, B Smith, M Sherman, Div of Environmental Health and Disease Control, Nassau County Dept of Health; W Stone, Dept of Environmental Conservation; A Novello, MD, D White, PhD, D Morse, MD, K Spitalny, MD, R Gallo, H Leib, S Wong, MD, L Grady, MD, P Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. M Cartter, MD, J Hadler, MD, Connecticut State Health Dept. WI Lipkin, MD, T Briese, PhD, XY Jia, MD, Emerging Diseases Laboratory, Univ of California, Irvine. National Veterinary Svcs Laboratories, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Svc, US Dept of Agriculture, Ames, Iowa. State Br, Div of Applied Public Health Training, Epidemiology Program Office; Meningitis and Special Pathogens Br, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, and Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; and EIS officers, CDC. Outbreak of West Nile-Like Viral Encephalitis -- New York, 1999 48 845-849
N7.48.w2 1999 A Fine, MD, M Layton, MD, J Miller, MD, D Cimini, MPH, MC Vargas, DVM, A Inglesby, MD, A Labowitz, K Bornschlegel, MPH, B Maldin, E Samoff, MPH, D Haddow, the New York City Outbreak Investigation Team, S Mullin, MSW, J Gadd, MPP, E Giebelhaus, MPP, L Mascuch, MSW, A Sher, M Foggin, BJ Mojica, N Cohen, MD, I Weisfuse, MD, R Bhalla, MD, E Lee, MD, D Malebranche, MD, G Sacajiu, MD, A Sharma, MD, M Eisenberg, A Ramon, MD, I Poshni, PhD, H Stirling, MPH, A Goldberg, New York City Dept of Health; J Hauer, MHS, Mayor's Office of Emergency Management, New York City; A Huang, MD, A Rosenberg, MD, P Yang-Lewis, MPH, HN Adel, MD, Westchester County Health Dept, New Rochelle; A Novello, MD, D White, PhD, D Morse, MD, K Spitalny, MD, R Gallo, S Wong, MD, L Grady, MD, M Eidson, DVM, B Wallace, MD, P Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. M Cartter, MD, R Nelson, DVM, J Hadler, MD, State Epidemiologist, Connecticut Dept of Health; T Andreadis, PhD, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. J Blumenstock, J Degraaf, F Sorhage, DVM, C Campbell, DVM, J Brook, MD, M Gerwell, MD, D Adams, K Bruder, R Kent, R Eisner, DVM, N Halperin, DVM, D Roscoe, DVM, E Bresnitz, MD, State Epidemiologist, New Jersey Dept of Health and Senior Svcs. W Crans, PhD, Rutgers Univ, New Brunswick, New Jersey. US Geologic Survey. Animal Plant and Health Inspection Svc, US Dept of Agriculture. Div of Applied Public Health Training, Epidemiology Program Office; Infectious Disease Pathology Activity, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, and Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; and EIS officers, CDC. Update: West Nile-Like Viral Encephalitis -- New York, 1999 48 890-892
N7.48.w3 1999 A Fine, MD, M Layton, MD, J Miller, MD, D Cimini, MPH, MC Vargas, DVM, A Inglesby, MD, the New York City Outbreak Investigation Team, N Cohen, MD; I Weisfuse, MD; A Ramon, MD, I Poshni, PhD, H Stirling, MPH, New York City Dept of Health; T McNamara, DVM, Wildlife Conservation Society, New York City; A Huang, MD, A Rosenberg, MD, P Yang-Lewis, MPH, HN Adel, MD, Westchester County Health Dept, New Rochelle; M Sherman, G Terillion, B Smith, R Porter, A Greenberg, MD, KA Gaffney, MD, Nassau County Dept of Health and Public Works; A Novello, MD, D White, PhD, D Morse, MD, K Spitalny, MD, R Gallo, S Wong, MD, L Grady, MD, M Eidson, DVM, B Wallace, MD, P Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. M Cartter, MD, R Nelson, DVM, J Hadler, MD, State Epidemiologist, Connecticut Dept of Public Health; T Andreadis, PhD, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. J Blumenstock, J Degraaf, F Sorhage, DVM, C Campbell, DVM, J Brook, MD, M Gerwell, MD, D Adams, K Bruder, R Kent, R Eisner, DVM, N Halpern, DVM, New Jersey Dept of Agriculture; D Roscoe, DVM, New Jersey Dept of Environmental Protection; E Bresnitz, MD, State Epidemiologist, New Jersey Dept of Health and Senior Svcs. W Crans, PhD, Rutgers Univ, New Brunswick, New Jersey. J Mackenzie, PhD, R Hall, PhD, J Sherret, MSc, Univ of Queensland, Australia. H Artsob, PhD, Laboratory Centre for Disease Control, Health Canada. J Smith, PhD, M Parker, PhD, K Steele, DVM, United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases; National Veterinary Svcs Laboratories, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Svc, US Dept of Agriculture, Ames, Iowa. Infectious Disease Pathology Activity, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infections Diseases; and EIS officers, CDC. Update: West Nile Virus Encephalitis -- New York, 1999 48 944-946, 955
N7.48.w4 1999 -- Human Rabies Prevention - United States, 1999 Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) 48  (RR-1) 1-22
N7.48.w5 1999 Reported by: SC Gleason, DO, R Currier, DVM, P Quinlisk, MD, State Epidemiologist, Iowa Dept of Public Health. Viral and Rickettsial Zooneses Br, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; and EIS officers, CDC. 

[Editorial note regarding false positive tests, testing procedures and protocols]

Public Health Response to a Potentially Rabid Bear Cub -- Iowa, 1999
48 971-973
N7.49.w1 2000 J Cooper, MPA, New York City Dept of Parks and Recreation; J Miller, MD, New York City Dept of Health; P Bennett, MPH, New York City Dept of Environmental Protection; D White, PhD, P Smith, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Update: Surveillance for West Nile Virus in Overwintering Mosquitoes --- New York, 2000 49 178-179
N7.49.w2 2000 -- Notice to Readers: Update: West Nile Virus Isolated from Mosquitoes --- New York, 2000 49 211
N7.49.w3 2000 Committee of the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians: Johnston, W.B., Eidson, M., Smith, K.A. Stobierski, M.G. Compendium of Measures To Control Chlamydia psittaci Infection Among Humans (Psittacosis) and Pet Birds (Avian Chlamydiosis), 2000 49 1-17
N7.50.w1 2001 M Cartter, MD, D Mayo, PhD, R Nelson, DVM, L Wilcox, MPH, J Hadler, MD, State Epidemiologist, Connecticut Dept of Public Health. F Sorhage, VMD, B Wolf, MS, E Bresnitz, MD, State Epidemiologist, New Jersey Dept of Health and Senior Svcs. J Greenko, MPH, J Kellachan, MPH, B Edwin, I Poshni, PhD, M Layton, MD, New York City Dept of Health; G Johnson, G Lukacik, B Wallace, MD, C Huang, PhD, L Kramer, PhD, S Wong, PhD, P Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; State Br, Div of Applied Public Health Training, Epidemiology Program Office; and EIS officers, CDC. Human West Nile Virus Surveillance --- Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York, 2000 50 265-268
N7.50.w2 2001 ArboNET surveillance group in local and state health depts. National Wildlife Health Center, US Geologic Survey, Madison, Wisconsin. National Veterinary Svcs Laboratories, Veterinary Svcs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Svc, US Dept of Agriculture, Ames, Iowa. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, District of Columbia. US Air Force, Frederick, Maryland. Arbovirus Diseases Br, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. West Nile Virus Activity --- Eastern United States, 2001 50 617-619
N7.51.w1 2002 A Leis, MD, D Stokic, MD, J Polk, MD, V Dostrow, MD, M Winkelman, MD, Methodist Rehabilitation Center, Jackson; R Webb, MD, S Slavinski, DVM, M Currier, MD, State Epidemiologist, Mississippi State Dept of Health. J Van Gerpen, MD, Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans; E Brewer, MD, R Ratard, MD, State Epidemiologist, Louisiana Office of Public Health. J Sejvar, MD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; L Petersen, MD, A Marfin, MD, G Campbell, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; B Tierney, MD, M Haddad, MSN, S Montgomery, DVM, A Vicari, DVM, EIS officers, CDC. Acute Flaccid Paralysis Syndrome Associated with West Nile Virus Infection - Mississippi and Louisiana, July-August 2002 51 826-828
N7.51.w2 2002 Florida Dept of Health. Georgia Div of Public Health. Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration. Div of Healthcare Quality Promotion, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. West Nile Virus Infection in Organ Donor and Transplant Recipients - Georgia and Florida, 2002 51 790
N7.51.w3 2002 L Shireley, MPH, K Kruger, T Miller, MPH, D Johnson, MS, North Dakota Dept of Health. S Lance-Parker, DVM, Georgia Dept of Human Resources, Div of Public Health. R Ratard, MD, Louisiana Office of Public Health. M Currier, MD, Mississippi State Dept of Health. MG Stobierski, DVM, L Scott, D Johnson, MD, G Stoltman, PhD, Michigan Dept of Community Health. S Wiersma, MD, M Trepka, MD, C Blackmore, PhD, Florida Dept of Health. M Chamberland, MD, S Zaki, MD, J Guarner, MD, W Shieh, MD, C Goldsmith, MS, J Sejvar, MD, P Rollins, PhD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; M Kuehnert, MD, D Jernigan, MD, Div of Healthcare Quality Promotion; L Chapman, MD, Div of AIDS, STD, and TB Laboratory Research; L Petersen, MD, A Marfin, MD, G Campbell, MD, R Lanciotti, PhD, J Roehrig, PhD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; A Winquist, MD, Div of Applied Public Health Training, Epidemiology Program Office; D Withum, Div of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention; M Iwamoto, MD, T Harrington, MD, M Haddad, MSN, A Vicari, DVM, J Montgomery, MD, EIS officers, CDC. Update: Investigations of West Nile Virus Infections in Recipients of Organ Transplantation and Blood Transfusion 51 833-836
N7.51.w4 2002 A Ognjan, DO, Mount Clemens General Hospital, Mount Clemens, Michigan; ML Boulton, MD, P Somsel, DrPH, MG Stobierski, DVM, G Stoltman, PhD, F Downes, DrPH, K Smith,Michigan Dept of Community Health. L Chapman, MD, Div of AIDS,STD, and TB Laboratory Research; L Petersen, MD, A Marfin, MD,G Campbell, MD, R Lanciotti, PhD, J Roehrig, PhD, D Gubler, ScD,Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases; M Chamberland, MD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; J Montgomery, MD, CA Arole, MD, EIS officers, CDC. Possible West Nile Virus Transmission to an Infant Through Breast-Feeding - Michigan, 2002 51 877-878
N7.51.w5 2002 -- Investigations of West Nile Virus Infections in Recipients of Blood Transfusions 51 973-974
N7.51.w6 2002 CC Chow, MD, SP Montgomery, DVM, DR O’Leary,DVM, RS Nasci, PhD, GL Campbell, MD, AM Kipp, JA Lehman,K Olson, P Collins, AA Marfin, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Provisional Surveillance Summary of the West Nile Virus Epidemic - United States, January-November 2002 51 1129-1133
N7.51.w7 2002 G Campbell, MD, R Lanciotti, PhD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; B Bernard, MD, H Lu, MD, Div of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, CDC. Laboratory-Acquired West Nile Virus Infections - United States, 2002 51 1133-1135
N7.51.w8 2002 Q Nguyen, MD, C Morrow, MD, L Novick, MD, Onondaga County Health Dept; C Cambareri, MSN, B Olson, MD, R Aubry, MD, J Snedeker, MD, Univ Hospital at Syracuse, Syracuse; M Anand, C Huang, PhD, D Morse, MD, B Rosen, PhD, B Wallace, MD, S Wong, PhD, P Smith, MD, State Epidemiologist, New York State Dept of Health. D O’Leary, DVM, A Marfin, MD, G Campbell, MD, R Lanciotti, PhD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National
Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC.
Intrauterine West Nile Virus Infection - New York, 2002 51 1135-1136
N7.52.w1 2003 SL Stramer, PhD, American Red Cross, Gaithersburg, Maryland. S Caglioti, Blood Systems Laboratories, Tempe, Arizona. DM Strong, PhD, Puget Sound Blood Center, Seattle, Washington. K Sazama, MD, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas. W Dickey, MD, Bonfils Blood Center, Denver, Colorado. S Kleinman, MD, American Association of Blood Banks, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. H Nakhasi, J Epstein, J Goodman, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, U.S. Food and Drug Administration. MJ Kuehnert, MD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; A Marfin, MD, N Crall, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; S Montgomery, DVM, EIS Officer, CDC. Detection of West Nile Virus in Blood Donations --- United States, 2003 52 769-772
N7.52.w2 2003 M Busch, MD, Blood Systems Research Institute, San Francisco; L Pietrelli, Roche Molecular Systems, Alameda, California. S Caglioti, Blood Systems Laboratories, Tempe, Arizona. K Sazama, MD, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; J Schuermann, T Betz MD, D Perrotta, PhD, Texas Dept of Health. AR Sambol, MA, Nebraska Public Health Laboratory; Omaha; T Safranek, MD, Nebraska Health and Human Svcs. SL Stramer, PhD, R Dodd, PhD, American Red Cross, Gaithersburg, Maryland. DM Strong, PhD, Puget Sound Blood Center, Seattle, Washington. W Dickey, MD, Belle Bonfils Memorial Blood Center, Denver, Colorado. S Kleinman, MD, American Association of Blood Banks, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. H Nakhasi, PhD, J Epstein, MD, J Goodman, MD, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, U.S. Food and Drug Administration. M Chamberland, MD, M Kuehnert, MD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; L Petersen, MD, J Roehrig, PhD, N Crall, A Marfin, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; S Montgomery, DVM, A Macedo de Oliveira, MD, EIS officers, CDC. Update: Detection of West Nile Virus in Blood Donations --- United States, 2003 52 (Dispatch); 1-3
N7.52.w3 2003 ML Adams, L LoBianco, L Wilcox, JL Hadler, MD, Connecticut Dept of Public Health. KS Griffith, MD, EIS Officer, CDC. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviours About West Nile Virus --- Connecticut, 2002 52 886-888
N7.52.w4 2003 M Busch, MD, Blood Systems Research Institute, San Francisco; L Pietrelli, Roche Molecular Systems, Alameda, California. S Caglioti, Blood Systems Laboratories, Tempe, Arizona. K Sazama, MD, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; J Schuermann, T Betz MD, D Perrotta, PhD, Texas Dept of Health. AR Sambol, MA, Nebraska Public Health Laboratory; Omaha; T Safranek, MD, Nebraska Health and Human Svcs. SL Stramer, PhD, R Dodd, PhD, American Red Cross, Gaithersburg, Maryland. DM Strong, PhD, Puget Sound Blood Center, Seattle, Washington. W Dickey, MD, Belle Bonfils Memorial Blood Center, Denver, Colorado. S Kleinman, MD, American Association of Blood Banks, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. H Nakhasi, PhD, J Epstein, MD, J Goodman, MD, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, U.S. Food and Drug Administration. M Chamberland, MD, M Kuehnert, MD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; L Petersen, MD, J Roehrig, PhD, N Crall, A Marfin, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; S Montgomery, DVM, A Macedo de Oliveira, MD, EIS officers, CDC. Update: Detection of West Nile Virus in Blood Donations --- United States, 2003 52 916-919
N7.52.w5 2003 LC Glaser, DVM, MV Wegner, MD, JP Davis, MD, Div of Public Health, State of Wisconsin Dept of Health and Family Svcs. ML Bunning, DVM, AA Marfin, MD, GL Campbell, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; B Bernard, MD, SW Lenhart, MSPH, Div of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations, and Field Studies, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; MJ Sotir, PhD, EIS Officer, CDC. West Nile Virus Infection Among Turkey Breeder Farm Workers --- Wisconsin, 2002 52 1017-1019
N7.52.w6 2003 -- West Nile Virus Activity --- United States, November 20--25, 2003 52 1160-1160
N7.52.w7 2003 MA Silverstein, MD, Herndon Family Medicine, Herndon; CD Salgado, MD, S Bassin, MD, TP Bleck, MD, MB Lopes, MD, BM Farr, MD, Univ of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville; SR Jenkins, VMD, DC Sockwell, MSPH, JS Marr, MD, GB Miller, MD, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Dept of Health. Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. First Human Death Associated with Raccoon Rabies --- Virginia, 2003 52 1102-1103
N7.53.w1 2004 -- Investigation of Rabies Infection in Organ Donor and Transplant Recipients --- Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, 2004 53 586-589
N7.53.w2 2004 RE Willoughby, MD, MM Rotar, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; HL Dhonau, MD, KM Ericksen, Agnesian HealthCare, Fond du Lac; DL Cappozzo, Fond du Lac County Health Dept; JJ Kazmierczak, DVM, JP Davis, MD, Wisconsin Div of Public Health. CE Rupprecht, VMD, Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases; AP Newman, DVM, AS Chapman, DVM, EIS officers, CDC. Recovery of a Patient from Clinical Rabies — Wisconsin, 2004 53 1171-1173
N7.54.w1 2005 Centers for Disease Control Compendium of animal rabies prevention and control 54 RR-3, 1-7
N7.54.w2 2005 Reported by: TL Smith, MD, EB Hayes, MD, DR O’Leary, DVM, RS Nasci, PhD, N Komar, ScD, GL Campbell, MD, A Hinckley, PhD, K Kniss, JA Lehman, ND Crall, LR Petersen, MD, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases; LB Davis,
DVM, EIS Officer, CDC. 

Includes Editorial Note.

West Nile Virus Activity — United States, January 1–December 1, 2005 54 1253-1256
N7.54.w3 2005 Div of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Centre for Infectious Diseases, CDC Update: Interim Guidance for Minimizing Risk for Human Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus Infection Associated with Pet Rodents 54 (Dispatch) 1-3
N7.56.w1 2007 "This report is based, in part, on data provided by ArboNET surveillance coordinators in local and state health departments and ArboNET technical staff, Div of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC" West Nile Virus Activity - United States, 2006 56 556-559
N7.62.w1 2013 Anderson, A., Bijlmer, H., Fournier, P.E., Graves, S., Hartzell, J., Kersh, G.J., Limonard, G., Marrie, T.J., Massung, R.F., McQuiston, J.H., Nicholson, W.L., Paddock, C.D. & Sexton, D.J. Diagnosis and management of Q fever--United States, 2013: recommendations from CDC and the Q Fever Working Group
 
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