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Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS))
N. Chr. Stenseth 2008
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World Health Organization
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World Health Organization
pestis, respectively, Antiqua (still found in Africa and Central Asia), Medievalis (currently limited to Central Asia) and Orientalis (almost worldwide in its distribution) 6, 7 .
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Plague first appeared in Indonesia during the last pandemic, when the disease was introduced into Java in 1910 8 .
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(8) World Health Organization. Chemical methods for the control of arthropod vectors and pests of public health importance. Geneva: WHO, 1984.
Recent outbreaks have shown that plague may re-emerge in areas after a long period of absence 10 .
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(10) World Health Organization. Guidelines for the safe transport of infectious substances and diagnostic specimens. Geneva: WHO, 1997.
WHO recommends the case definition on criteria based on epidemiology, and laboratory findings in accordance with new diagnostic techniques 11 .
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