eastern equine encephalitis--new hampshire and massachusetts, august-september 2005.during august-september 2005, the new hampshire department of health and human services reported seven cases of human eastern equine encephalitis virus (eeev) disease, the first laboratory-confirmed, locally acquired cases of human eeev disease reported from new hampshire in 41 years of national surveillance. also during august--september 2005, the massachusetts department of public health reported four cases of human eeev disease, five times the annual average of 0.8 cases reported from massach ...200616810146
a case of equine rabies. 19846694698
tracking eastern equine encephalitis virus perpetuation in the northeastern united states by phylogenetic analysis.epidemics and epizootics of eastern equine encephalitis virus (eeev) occur sporadically in temperate regions where transmission is seasonal from late summer to early fall. these outbreaks may derive from virus that overwinters locally or perhaps results from reintroduction of virus from other sites. to evaluate these possibilities, we compared the phylogenetic relationships of eeev isolates obtained from mosquitoes collected during statewide arbovirus surveillance in connecticut, in addition to ...200818689638
update: west nile virus activity--eastern united states, reported to cdc through the west nile virus (wnv) surveillance system have shown an increase in the geographic range of wnv activity in 2000 compared with 1999, the first year that wnv was reported in the western hemisphere. in response to this occurrence of wnv, 17 states along the atlantic and gulf coasts, new york city, and the district of columbia conducted wnv surveillance, which included monitoring mosquitoes, sentinel chicken flocks, wild birds, and potentially susceptible mammals (e ...200011105767
seasonal temperature compensation in the horse mussel, modiolus modiolus: metabolic enzymes, oxidative stress and heat shock proteins.seasonal collections of the subtidal horse mussel, modiolus modiolus, from a depth of 10 m were made at the isles of shoals, new hampshire to assess changes in overall energetic demand, measured as respiration, the maximal activities of rate-limiting enzymes of intermediate metabolism, level of oxidative stress, and the expression of heat shock proteins (hsp). weighted respiration rates of mussels from winter collections were significantly lower than summer rates but decreased by less than 20%. ...200415123187
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