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Severe Dengue Epidemics in Sri Lanka, 2003–2006

By Nalaka Kanakaratne, Wahala M.P.B. Wahala, William B. Messer, Hasitha A. Tissera, Aruna Shahani, Nihal Abeysinghe, Aravinda M. de Silva and Maya Gunasekera

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One-sentence summary for table of contents: Changes in transmission dynamics and virus genes are likely increasing emergence of severe epidemics in this country

Topics: Research
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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