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Monkey Pox

A human infection caused by monkeypox virus in Basankusu Territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ladnyj, I. D., Ziegler, P., & Kima, E. (1972). A human infection caused by monkeypox virus in Basankusu Territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 46(5), 593.

A human infection caused by monkeypox virus in Basankusu Territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Human monkeypox: a newly emerged orthopoxvirus zoonosis in the tropical rain forests of Africa.

Arita, I., Jezek, Z., Khodakevich, L., & Ruti, K. (1985). Human monkeypox: a newly emerged orthopoxvirus zoonosis in the tropical rain forests of Africa. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 34(4), 781-789.
 

Immunogenicity of a highly attenuated MVA smallpox vaccine and protection against monkeypox

Earl, P. L., Americo, J. L., Wyatt, L. S., Eller, L. A., Whitbeck, J. C., Cohen, G. H., ... & Moss, B. (2004). Immunogenicity of a highly attenuated MVA smallpox vaccine and protection against monkeypox. Nature, 428(6979), 182-185.
 
 
 

Human monkeypox: an emerging zoonosis

Di Giulio, D. B., & Eckburg, P. B. (2004). Human monkeypox: an emerging zoonosis. The Lancet infectious diseases, 4(1), 15-25.
 

Monkeypox re-emerges in Africa

In the past 10 years, human monkeypox cases have been reported in African countries that have seen few or no cases in several decades, presenting a serious public health challenge for area health officials and providers, according to researchers.

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