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This is a dramatic illustration of the impact of modern air travel on the spread of an emerging human infection.1 The outbreak was brought under control through a concerted global effort coordinated by WHO, and by July 5, 2003, no further humanhuman transmission was taking place and the global outbreak was declared over. In many ways it was an unprecedented global experience, in the rapidity and extent of its spread, the magnitude of its impact on the health systems and economies, and in the effectiveness of its control.24

49. Tsui SKW, Chim SSC, Lo YMD. Coronavirus genomic sequence variations and the epidemiology of the severe acute respiratory syndrome. N Engl J Med 2003; 349: 18788. 50. Yeh SH, Wang HY, Tsai CY, et al. Characterization of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus genomes in Taiwan: molecular epidemiology and genome evolution. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2004; 101: 254247. 51. Chan KH, Poon LLM, Cheng VCC, et al. Detection of SARS coronavirus (SCoV) by RT-PCR, culture, and serology in patients with acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Emerg Infect Dis 2003; 10: 29499. 52. WHO. WHO SARS international reference and verification laboratory network: policy and procedures in the inter-epidemic period (published online Jan 23, 2004). http://www.who.int/csr/ resources/publications/en/SARSReferenceLab.pdf (accessed Sept 22, 2004).

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Dengue viruses are positive-sense, single-stranded RNA viruses belonging to the genus Flavivirus, family Flaviviridae (Chambers et al., 1990). The four antigenically distinct serotypes of dengue virus (dengue-1, -2, -3 and -4) cause an estimated 100 million infections, resulting in widespread dengue fever (DF) and at least 250000 cases of dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), each year (Halstead, 1988).

----------------------Ansari, M. Z., Shope, R. E. & Malik, S. (1993). Evaluation of vero cell lysate antigen for the ELISA of aviviruses. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis 7, 230-237. Bagarazzi, M. L., Boyer, J. D., Ugen, K. E., Javadian, M. A., Chattergoon, M., Shah, A., Bennett, M., Ciccarelli, R., Carrano, R.,Coney, L. & Weiner, D. B. (1998). Safety and immunogenicity of HIV-1 DNA constructs in chimpanzees. Vaccine 16, 1836-1841. Barrett, A. D. (1997a). Yellow fever vaccines. Biologicals 25, 17-25.

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Dengue viruses are positive-sense, single-stranded RNA viruses belonging to the genus Flavivirus, family Flaviviridae (5). The four antigenically distinct serotypes of dengue virus (dengue-1, -2, -3 and -4) cause an estimated 100 million infections, resulting in widespread dengue fever (DF) and at least 250000 cases of dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), each year (8).

----------------------1. Ansari, M. Z., Shope, R. E. & Malik, S. (1993). Evaluation of vero cell lysate antigen for the ELISA of aviviruses. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis 7, 230-237. 2. Bagarazzi, M. L., Boyer, J. D., Ugen, K. E., Javadian, M. A., Chattergoon, M., Shah, A., Bennett, M., Ciccarelli, R., Carrano, R.,Coney, L. & Weiner, D. B. (1998). Safety and immunogenicity of HIV-1 DNA constructs in chimpanzees. Vaccine 16, 1836-1841. 3. Barrett, A. D. (1997a). Yellow fever vaccines. Biologicals 25, 17-25.
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