Viruses, Plagues, and History

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WORKS CITED

CHAPTER 1: A GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1.
D. A. Henderson. "Smallpox Eradication". In Microbe Hunters Past and Present, ed. H. Koprowski and M. B. A. Oldstone, pp. 39-43. Bloomington, 1996.
2.
Donald Hopkins. Princes and Peasants: Smallpox in History. Chicago, 1983.
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Hugh Thomas. Conquest: Montezuma, Cortes, and the Fall of Old Mexico. New York, 1993.
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John R. Paul. A History of Poliomyelitis. New Haven, 1971.
8.
Sven Gard. Presentation speech for the Nobel Award in physiology and medicine, 1954.

CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION TO THE PRINCIPLES OF VIROLOGY
1.
P. B. Medawar and J. S. Medawar. Aristotle to Zoos. Cambridge, 1983.
2.
Martin S. Hirsch and James Curran. "Human Immunodeficiency Virus". In Fields' Virology, ed. B. N. Fields et al., pp. 1953-76. New York, 1990.
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Q. J. Sattentau, A. G. Dalgleish, R. A. Weiss, et al. "Epitopes of the CD4 Antigen and HIV Infection". Science 234 ( 1986):1120.
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Denise Naniche, G. Varior-Krishman, F. Cervoni, et al. "Human Membrane Cofactor Protein (CD46) Acts as a Cellular Receptor for Measles Virus". J. Virol. 67 ( 1993):6025.
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R. E. Dorig, A. Marcel, A. Chopra, et al. "The Human CD46 Molecule Is a Receptor for Measles Virus (Edmonston Strain)". Cell 75 ( 1993):295.
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M. Manchester, M. K. Liszewski, J. P. Atkinson, and M. B. A. Oldstone. "Multiple Isoforms of CD46 (Membrane Cofactor Protein) Serve as Receptors for Measles Virus". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91 ( 1994):2161-65.
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R. Johnstone, B. E. Loveland, and I. F. McKenzie. "Identification and Quantification of Complement Regulator CD46 on Normal Human Tissues". Immunology 79 ( 1993):341.
8.
M. B. A. Oldstone. "Virus Neutralization and Virus-Induced Immune Complex Disease: Virus-Antibody Union Resulting in Immunoprotection or Immunologic Injury -- Two Sides of the Same Coin".

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