IASR Vol. 32, No. 9 (No. 379) September 2011

  • Rubella outbreak in a workplace, May 2011—Niigata
  • Rubella outbreak in a workplace, May 2011—Hokkaido
  • Trend of rubella infection and laboratory diagnosis, weeks 1-28 of 2011—Osaka
  • Rubella virus isolated from suspected measles cases, January-July 2011—Sakai City
  • Detection of rubella virus from two sporadic cases suspected of measles, May 2011—Kawasaki City
  • Intrauterine death caused by rubella infection—Osaka
  • Genetic analysis of rubella virus: a review—NIID
  • Coverage of routine measles-rubella immunization in Japan, provisional report of the 2010 nation-wide survey—MHLW
  • Immunization history and rubella seroprevalence among the healthy population in Japan in the year 2010—NESVPD
  • Consultation service for rubella-infected pregnant women established by an ad hoc expert group of MHLW; the current activities
  • 20th Technical Advisory Group on Immunization and Vaccine Preventable Diseases in the WHO Western Pacific Region
  • Epidemics of hand, foot and mouth disease due to coxsackievirus A6, weeks 1-28 of 2011—Kochi
  • Detection of coxsackievirus A6 from hand, foot and mouth disease patients, May-July, 2011—Wakayama
  • Isolation of coxsackievirus A6 from throat swab of a patient in cardiopulmonary arrest state and from other cases, June 2011—Tottori
  • An infant botulism case due to Clostridium botulinum type B, January 2011—Ehime

Articles are published in English with the Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases.

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