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Robert M. Chanock Papers 1933-2008 (bulk 1950-2008)
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Drafts by Dr. Chanock, c.1960s-c.2007 [subseries]:
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Untitled fragments, undated
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Acute respiratory disease of infancy and childhood - present understanding and prospects for prevention, undated
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Blueprint for use of live virus vaccine to prevent a pandemic of influenza A virus - with Murphy and Spring, undated
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Decreased virulence and protective effect of a genetically stable temperature-sensitive mutant of m. pneumoniae in human volunteers, undated
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Infection of immature white mice by the addition of western equine encephalitis virus to the feed, undated
59 60
Parainfluenza, respiratory syncytial, and New Castle disease viruses - with Parrott (title page only), undated
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Development of immunity - outline, c.1960s
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Prospects for control of auto viral mycoplasmal respiratory tract disease by vaccination, c.1960s
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Untitled draft re pediatric respiratory illnesses at Camp Lejeune 1959-1963, c.1964
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The contribution of adenoviruses to respiratory tract illness among children, c.1965
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The relationship of mycoplasma pneumoniae to pediatric respiratory tract disease - with Canchola, Brandt, Kim, and Parrott, 1970
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Guide for the collection and transport of virological specimens, 1975
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Virus and mycoplasma pneumoniae in respiratory disease patients, January 1975-June 1976 - with Brandt, Kim, Arrobio, and Parrott, c.1977
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Isolation and characterization of temperature-sensitive mutants of influenza A virus, 1977
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Bovine respiratory syncytial virus: studies in experimental animals - with Prince, Suffin, Horswood, Camargo, Prevar, and Sly, 1980
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Respiratory syncytial virus in cotton rats: growth, antigenicity and protective efficacy of two temperature-sensitive, live virus vaccine candidates, ts-1-NG-1 and ts-1-NG-16 - with Prince, Horswood, Prevar, Camargo, Suffin, and Spring, 1980
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HLA antigens in severe respiratory syncytial virus disease in infants and early childhood - with Johnson, Kiim, Hartzman, Parrott, Woody, and Sell, 1981
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Studies of avian-human reassortant influenza A viruses in seronegative (HAE<1:8) adult volunteers, 1984-86 - with Clements, Murphy, Snyder, Buckler-White, Tierney, Betts, Dolin, Black, and Sears, 1986
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Respiratory syncytial virus: thirty-five year status report on research achievements, opportunities and frustrations, 1991
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A live cold-passaged temperature-sensitive mutant of human respiratory syncytial virus is highly attenuated, genetically stable, immunogenic, and efficacious against wild type challenge in seronegative chimpanzees, 1993
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"Cold-passaged and temperature sensitive (ts) derivatives of the partially attenuated respiratory syncytial virus ts-4 mutant are more restricted in replication in mice - with Crowe, Jr., Hsu, Lubeck, and Murphy, c.1994
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Short summary of studies of chimeric viruses as candidates for live attenuated vaccine against tick-borne encephalitis, 2000-2005
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Comparison of live and inactivated tick-borne encephalitis virus vaccines for immunogenicity and efficacy in rhesus monkeys - with Rumyantsev, Murphy, and Pletnev, 2005
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Early experiences with influenza adjuvated vaccines, c.2007