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The arthropod-borne viruses of vertebrates: an account of the Rockefeller Foundation Virus Program, 1951-1970 [by] Max Theiler and W.G. Downs.

; Downs, Wilbur G., 1913-1991
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1973.
ISBN 9780300015089, 0300015089

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Other Authors Downs, Wilbur G., 1913-1991.
Subjects Arbovirus.
Arboviruses -- United States.
Arboviruses.
Arthropodenviren.
Arthropodes (Vecteurs de maladies)
Insectes (Vecteurs de maladies)
Maladies à virus.
Research -- history -- United States.
Viroses (Epidemiologia)
Virus diseases.
Wirbeltiere.
Description xxviii, 578 pages portrait 25 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 459-527).
Contents Part I. Application and interpretation of methods -- Neutralization test studies -- Hemagglutinins -- Hemagglutination-inhibition antibodies -- Serological reactions in the diagnosis of arthropod-borne virus infections in man -- Part II. Virus Classification -- History and methods of virus classification -- Part III. Certain Specific problems -- Distribution of arthropod-borne viruses -- Vectors of arboviruses -- Vertebrate hosts of arthropod-borne viruses -- The human being as host of arthropod-borne viruses -- clinical manifestations in infections of man -- Dengue in Port of Spain -- Yellow fever and dengue in the Caribbean -- Appendix: List of arboviruses -- Bibliography -- Personal name index -- Geographical and institutional index -- Vector-host index -- Topical index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)781709
(OCoLC)ocm00781709
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Theiler, Max, 1899-1972.
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