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Livestock revolution and ghostly apparitions. South China as a sentinel territory for influenza pandemics2019 Current anthropology (Supplement) 60 (20): S251-S259
  • Frédéric Keck
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in thematic issue 'Patchy Anthropocene: frenzies and afterlives of violent simplifications'
The Ebola 100 Project: a flexible approach to collaborative research2019 Practicing anthropology 41 (1): 12-14
  • Kristin Post
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic section 'Bodies, life, death & belonging'
Outliving death: ebola, zombies, and the politics of saving lives2018 American anthropologist 120 (4): 738-51
  • Veronica Gomez-Temesio
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294French and Spanish summaries
Avian preparedness: simulations of bird diseases and reverse scenarios of extinction in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore2018 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 24 (2): 330-47
  • Frédéric Keck
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Medical research participation as "ethical intercorporeality": caring for bio-social bodies in a Mexican Human Papillomavirus (HPV) study2017 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 31 (1): 115-32
  • Emily Wentzell
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Encamping Guinea: Ebola and the postcolonial experience2017 L'Homme (222): 57-89
  • Frédéric Le Marcis
  • Veronica Gomez-Temesio
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216English summary
Hemorrhagic fever virus, human blood, and tissues in iron age mortuary vessels2017 Journal of archaeological science 78: 29-39
  • Alexander Kurosky
  • Bettina Arnold
  • Conner J. Wiktorowicz
  • John E. Wiktorowicz
  • Matthew L. Murray
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A crouching village: Ebola and the empty gestures of quarantine in Monrovia2016 City and society 28 (2): 246-64
  • Danny Hoffman
H6/KD [CITY-]0893-0465
The epidemiologist as culture hero: visualizing humanity in the age of 'the next pandemic'2016 Visual anthropology 29 (1): 36-53
  • Christos Lynteris
*H6 [VISUAL-]0894-9468
A note on ebola's outbreak and human migration dynamic2015 Journal of human ecology 51 (3): 257-63
  • E.F. Doungmo Goufo
  • R. Maritz
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Genomic and viral sovereignty: tethering the materials of global biomedicine2015 Public culture 27 (2): 361-86
  • Amy Hinterberger
  • Natalie Porter
H6/KF [PUBLIC-]0899-2363
Ignoble poxes. Why the ambivalence over a successful vaccine?2014 Natural history 122 (2): 12-15
  • Druin Burch
H6 [NATURAL-]0028-0712
Zoonotic ecosyndemics and multispecies ethnography2014 Anthropological quarterly 87 (4): 1279-310
  • Merrill Singer
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
Epidemics and the politics of knowledge: contested narratives in Egypt's H1N1 response2014 Medical anthropology 33 (3): 240-54
  • Mariz Tadros
  • Melissa Leach
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'The politics and anti-politics of infectious disease control'
A biocultural perspective on fictive kinship in the Andes: social support and women's immune functionin El Alto, Bolivia2014 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 28 (3): 440-58
  • Kathryn Hick
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Material proximities and hotspots: toward an anthropology of viral hemorragic fevers2014 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 28 (2): 280-303
  • Ann H. Kelly
  • Hannah Brown
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Social history, biology, and the emergence of HIV in colonial Africa2013 Journal of African history 54 (1): 11-30
  • Didier Gondola
  • Guillaume Lachenal
  • Tamara Giles-Vernick
  • William H. Schneider
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
The viral intimacies of ethnographic encounters: prolegomenon to a thought experiment in the play of metaphor2012 Cultural anthropology 27 (1): 168-74
  • George E. Marcus
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356comments on D Napier, 122-37; in thematic issue 'Future of neoliberalism'
Social representations of human papillomavirus in Bogotá, Colombia2012 Medical anthropology 31 (1-2-3): 77-92
  • Adriana Díaz del Castillo
  • Carolina Wiesner
  • Jesús Acosta
  • Sandra Tovar
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740
Dynamics of cell population structure in liver biopsy of the patients with chronic hepatitis viral infection2012 Papers on anthropology 21: 276-86
  • Galina Filimonova
  • Ivan B. Tokin
  • Ivan I. Tokin
  • Piret Hussar
H6/HB [PAPERS-]1406-0140
Learning from the past: young indigenous people's accounts of blood-borne viral and sexually transmitted infections as resilience narratives2011 Culture, health & sexuality 13 (2): 173-86
  • Angie Akee
  • Anna Olsen
  • Julie Mooney-Somers
  • Robert Scott
  • Wani Erick
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1369-1058French and Spanish summaries
An assessment of morphometric analysis in liver biopsy specimens of patients with chronic hepatitis C2010 Papers on anthropology 19: 69-80
  • Galina Filimonova
  • Ivan B. Tokin
  • Ivan I. Tokin
  • Piret Hussar
H6/HB [PAPERS-]1406-0140
Viral clouds: becoming H5N1 in Indonesia2010 Cultural anthropology 25 (4): 625-49
  • Celia Lowe
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356in special issue 'Multispecies ethnography'
Agent-based modeling of the spread of the 1918-1919 flu in three Canadian fur trading communities2010 American journal of human biology 22 (6): 757-67
  • Caroline A. O'Neil
  • Lisa Sattenspiel
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Functional status assessment after neuroinfections2010 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 45: 457-66
  • Dragan Doder
  • Grozdana Čanak
  • Ksenija Bošković
  • Radoslava Doder
  • Vera Grujić
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
Features of liver apoptosis in chronic hepatitis C virus infection2009 Papers on anthropology 18: 361-71
  • Galina Filimonova
  • Ivan Tokin
  • Piret Hussar
  • Tõnu Järveots
  • Üllo Hussar
H6/HB [PAPERS-]1406-0140
The design and use of an agent-based model to simulate the 1918 influenza epidemic at Norway House, Manitoba2009 American journal of human biology 21 (3): 290-300
  • Connie Carpenter
  • Lisa Sattenspiel
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
The Pacific lineage (2E) of JC polyomavirus is prevalent in Sumba Island, eastern Indonesia2008 Anthropological Science 116 (2): 183-6
  • Augustinus Soemantri
  • Hana Shimizu
  • Hiroshi Ikegawa
  • Makiko Sekiyama
  • Zhong Shan
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Could first fleet smallpox infect Aborigines? - a note2007 Aboriginal history 31: 152-64
  • Christopher Warren
H6/KX [ABORIGINAL-]0314-8769
Human dispersal based on a global phylogenetic analysis of JC virus isolates of genotype B1-b2007 Anthropological Science 115 (2): 83-9
  • Chie Sugimoto
  • Huai-Ying Zheng
  • Norikazu Ohno
  • Tadaichi Kitamura
  • Tomokazu Takasaka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Primates and the ecology of their infectious diseases: how will anthropogenic change affect host-parasite interactions?2005 Evolutionary anthropology 14 (4): 134-44
  • Colin A. Chapman
  • Thomas R. Gillespie
  • Tony L. Goldberg
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Hantavirus in Indian country: the first decade in review2005 American Indian culture and research journal 29 (2): 35-56
  • Richard Pottinger
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
JC virus genotyping suggests a close contact or affinity between Greenland Inuit and other circumarctic populations2005 Anthropological Science 113 (3): 291-3
  • Hiroshi Ikegaya
  • Huai-Ying Zheng
  • Kazuo Kojima
  • Tadaichi Kitamura
  • Tomokazu Takasaka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Two distinct genotypes (MY-x and MX) of JC virus previously identified in Hokkaido Ainu2005 Anthropological Science 113 (2): 225-31
  • Hiroshi Ikegaya
  • Huai-Ying Zheng
  • Koichi Sakurada
  • Makoto Nakajima
  • Tomokazu Takasaka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Social impacts of La Crosse Encephalitis in North Carolina2005 Human organization 64 (2): 135-46
  • Charles S. Apperson
  • E. Jacquelin Dietz
  • J. Todd Utz
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
JC virus genotype in the Mamanwa, a Philippine Negrito tribe, and implications for its population history2004 Anthropological Science 112 (2): 179-85
  • Huai-Ying Zheng
  • Jasmin Jiji Miranda
  • Tadaichi Kitamura
  • Tomokazu Takasaka
  • Yoshiaki Yogo
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Can viruses make us human ?2004 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 148 (3): 296-323
  • Luis P. Villareal
H6 [AMERICAN-]0003-49X
Role of viruses in human evolution2003 Yearbook of physical anthropology 46: 14-46
  • Linda M. van Blerkom
0002-9483supplement 37
Widespread occurence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA from 18th-19th century Hungarians2003 American journal of physical anthropology 120 (2): 144-52
  • Helen A. Fletcher
  • Helen D. Donoghue
  • Ildiko Pap
  • John Holton
  • Mark Spigelman
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
JC virus genotypes in the western Pacific suggest Asian mainland relationships and virus association with early population movements2003 Human biology 75 (1): 141
  • Charles S. Mgone
  • Hansjurgen T. Agostini
  • Iris Scheirich
  • Richard Yanagihara
  • Vivek R. Nerurkar
0018-7143in Hum Biol 2002 (74:3), 473-88; erratum
Strains of JC virus in Amerind-speakers of North America (Salish) and South America (Guaraní), Na-Dene-speakers of New Mexico (Navajo), and modern Japanese suggest links through ancestral Asian population2002 American journal of physical anthropology 118 (2): 154-68
  • Caroline F. Tychkewitsch
  • Gerald L. Stone
  • Graciela Britez
  • Hansjurgen T. Agostini
  • Mariana Fernandez-Cobo
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
JC virus genotypes in the the western Pacific sugest Asian mainland reationships and virus association with early population movements2002 Human biology 74 (3): 473-88
  • Charles Mgone
  • Hansjurgen Agostini
  • Iris Scheirich
  • Richard Yanagihara
  • Vivek R. Nerurkar
0018-7143in special issue 'Understanding the population history of southern Asia and Oceania: how informative are genetic studies on contemporary indigenous populations?'
Serological survey of the infection of hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, human immunodeficiency virus and human T-Lymphotropic virus-1 among isolated ethnic groups in Nepal2002 Anthropological Science 110 (2): 179-83
  • Nanda B. Singh
  • Satao Takomi
  • Takafumi Ishida
0918-7960
A contagious living fluid: objectification and assemblage in the history of virology2002 Theory, culture and society 19 (5/6): 107-24
  • Joost van Loon
0263-2764in special issue on 'Sociality and materiality: the status of the object in social science'
Molecular epidemiology of human T-lymphotropic virus type II infection in Amerindian and urban populations of the Amazon region of Brazil2002 Human biology 74 (5): 633-44
  • Ana Carolina P. Vicente
  • Antonio C. R. Vallinoto
  • Koko Otsuki
  • Marluisa O. G. Ishak
  • Vania N. Azevedo
0018-7143
Reconstructing population history using JC virus: Amerinds, Spanish, and Africans in the ancestry of modern Puerto Ricans2001 Human biology 73 (3): 385-402
  • David V. Jobes
  • Mariana Fernandez Cobo
  • Richard Yanagihara
  • Vivek R. Nerurkar
  • Yasuhiro Yamamura
0018-7143
The frustrating journey toward an AIDS vaccine2000 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 144 (4): 349-60
  • Maurice R. Hilleman
H6 [AMERICAN-]
Polyomavirus JC genotypes in an urban United States population reflect the history of African origin and genetic admixture in modern African Americans2000 Human biology 72 (5): 837-50
  • Kuang-Jaw Fan
  • Caroline F. Ryschkewitsch
  • Gerald L. Stoner
  • Sylvester C. Chima
0018-7143
HLA DQA1 and DQB1 loci in Honduran women with cervical dysplasia and invasive cervical carcinoma and their relationship to human papillomavirus infection1999 Human biology 71 (3): 367-79
  • A. Ferrera
0018-7143
Manmade environment and the risk of acquiring dengue in the northeastern part of India: an entomological perspective1999 Journal of human ecology 10 (5/6): 427-9
  • P. Dutta
0970-9274
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