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Symposium: The epidemiology of mosquito-borne virus encephalitides in the United States, 1943-1987

, : Symposium: The epidemiology of mosquito-borne virus encephalitides in the United States, 1943-1987. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 37(3, Part 2): 1S-100S

This symposium was held in honour of W.C. Reeves (1916- ), who retired from the Department of Biomedical & Environmental Health Sciences of the School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley, on 30 June 1987. It contains an introductory paper and 10 others on the epidemiology and ecology of mosquito-borne encephalitides (particularly western equine encephalomyelitis virus, St.

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