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White-nose syndrome fungus in a 1918 bat specimen from France. Campana, Michael G.; Kurata, Naoko P.; Foster, Jeffrey T.; Helgen, Lauren E.; Reeder, DeeAnn M.; Fle Sep 1, 2017 1394
Absence of Rift Valley fever virus in wild small mammals, Madagascar. Olive, Marie-Marie; Razafindralambo, Nadia; Barivelo, Tony Andrianaivo; Rafisandratantsoa, Jean-Theo Letter to the editor Jun 1, 2013 1361
As aspens die, deer mice go viral: decline of trees in U.S. West swells rodents' infection rate. Milius, Susan Jan 29, 2011 372
Cotton rats and house sparrows as hosts for North and South American strains of eastern equine encephalitis virus. Arrigo, Nicole C.; Adams, A. Paige; Watts, Douglas M.; Newman, Patrick C.; Weaver, Scott C. Report Sep 1, 2010 5661
Growing concern of Vector-borne diseases. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 126
Bird's eye view of emerging zoonoses. Potter, Polyxeni Cover story Feb 1, 2010 1341
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus skin infections from an elephant Calf--San Diego, California, 2008. Janssen, D.; Lamberski, N.; Dunne, G.; Ginsberg, M.; Roach, C.; Tweeten, S.; Gorwitz, R.; Waterman, Clinical report Mar 6, 2009 3099
Danger from pig brains. Maxmen, Amy Brief article May 10, 2008 86
Chapter 1 Zoonotic disease history. Romich, Janet Amundson Jan 1, 2008 5395
Appendix B: zoonoses by animal species. Romich, Janet Amundson Table Jan 1, 2008 891
Chapter 7 Animal disease and parasites. Brady, Colleen Jan 1, 2008 9228
Visitation dogs carry C. difficile, MRSA, salmonella: a hospital tested visitation dogs for C. difficile and found it in 57%; one poodle shed an epidemic strain. Bell, John R. Sep 15, 2006 557
Interim guidance for minimizing risk for human lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus infection associated with Rodents. Aug 5, 2005 1534
Hedgehog zoonoses. Chomel, Bruno B. Jan 1, 2005 4175
Echinococcus multilocularis in Northern Hungary. Varga, Istvan Letter to the Editor Jul 1, 2004 1510
First human death associated with raccoon rabies--Virginia, 2003. Silverstein, MA; Salgado, CD; Bassin, S; Bleck, TP; Lopes, MB; Farr, BM; Jenkins, SR; Sockwell, DC; Nov 14, 2003 1387
West Nile virus activity--United States, November 6-12, 2003. Nov 14, 2003 616
Where the wild things shouldn't be. Jackson, Mary Anne Sep 1, 2003 916
Texas lifestyle limits transmission of dengue virus. Hayes, Edward Jan 1, 2003 3039
Chagas disease in a domestic transmission cycle in Southern Texas, USA. (Dispatches). Robinson, Laura E. Jan 1, 2003 1750
Project FeederWatch: bird-feeding enthusiasts are asked to help monitor bird populations. Bonter, David Dec 1, 2002 832
Save rabies vaccination for wild animal bites. (Bats, Raccoons are High-Risk Carriers). Brunk, Doug Brief Article May 1, 2002 254
Parasites in pet feces cause puzzling infections. (Toxocariasis, Hookworm Common). Johnson, Kate May 1, 2002 509
Experimental infection of horses with West Nile virus. (Research). Mitchell, Carl J. Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2002 6123
Introduction of West Nile virus in the Middle East by migrating white storks. (Research). Deubel, Vincent Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2002 5029
European bat lyssavirus infection in Spanish bat populations. (Research). Bourhy, Herve Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2002 6172
Associations between indicators of livestock farming intensity and incidence of human Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli infection. (Research). Wilson, Jeffrey B. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 3969
Serologic evidence of Lyssavirus infections among Bats, the Phillipines. Rupprecht, Charles E. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 3643
Buruli ulcer in Ghana: results of a national case search. (Research). Addy, Jonathan Statistical Data Included Feb 1, 2002 2852
Vector interactions and molecular adaptations of Lyme disease and relapsing fever spirochetes associated with transmission by ticks. (Perspectives). Piesman, Joseph Feb 1, 2002 6139
E. coil 0157:H7 may be passed by farm animals: First outbreaks in U.S. (Infectious Diseases). Mitchell, Steve Aug 1, 2001 280
West Nile Virus Surveillance in Connecticut in 2000: An Intense Epizootic without High Risk for Severe Human Disease. Cartter, Matthew Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2001 5517
Equine West Nile Encephalitis, United States. Schmitt, Beverly J. Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2001 4204
West Nile Outbreak in Horses in Southern France, 2000: The Return after 35 Years. Zeller, Herve Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2001 3975
Nipah Virus Infection Among Military Personnel Involved in Pig Culling during an Outbreak of Encephalitis in Malaysia, 1998-1999. Ksiazek, Thomas G. Jul 1, 2001 1393
Logging Companies Play Major Role in the Emergence and Spread of New Diseases. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 235
Is High Prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis in Wild and Domestic Animals Associated with Disease Incidence in Humans? Pugin, Paul Statistical Data Included May 1, 2001 3887
Imported Lassa Fever in Germany: Molecular Characterization of a New Lassa Virus Strain. Schmitz, Herbert Sep 1, 2000 5258
Beware Disease Carriers That Fly. Mar 1, 2000 354
Migration may reawaken Lyme disease. Milius, S. Brief Article Feb 19, 2000 516
Seroepidemiology of Bartonella vinsonii subsp. berkhoffii infection in California coyotes, 1994-1998. Kramer, Vicki L. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 3154
Q Fever in Bulgaria and Slovakia. Voynova May 1, 1999 4902
54th International Northwestern Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man. Brief Article May 1, 1999 223
Human Rabies in Israel. Stram, Yehuda Brief Article Mar 1, 1999 894
Evidence of Hantavirus Infection in Microtus Ochrogaster in St. Louis County, Missouri. Mills, James N. Jan 1, 1999 1853
Mad cow and the Englishmen. Atkins, Peter; Brassley, Paul Column Sep 1, 1996 3082
Pet iguana. Feb 1, 1995 124
Strep and pets. Feb 1, 1995 129
Our son was recently diagnosed withcat scratch disease. SerVaas, Cory Jan 1, 1994 165
Rabies. Ryan, Thomas Jul 1, 1990 307
Giardiasis. Ryan, Thomas Apr 1, 1989 305
Poker players, pneumonia and cat tales. Edwards, Diane D. Oct 17, 1987 221
Deer and a "new" disease; we would like to think we're immune to nasty little organism in the great out-of-doors, but a tick-borne newcomer from Connecticut has shown how vulnerable we can be. Warner, Roger Jul 1, 1986 2962
Lions and tigers and cats, oh no. Jul 20, 1985 313

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