Further Reading for Infectious
These articles and books have been selected by members of the Putting DNA to Work Expert Content Group as resources for additional information. The National Academies does not endorse and is not responsible for material found in these articles.
These articles provide background information about the topics in Infectious Disease. They are selected for visitors who want a basic explanation of the concepts presented in this section.
Grady D, Altman LK. 2003, May 26. The SARS Epidemic: The Researchers. The New York Times. p. A1.
These articles provide expanded information about the topics in Infectious Disease. They are selected for visitors who want to explore more in-depth information about the concepts presented in this section.
Budowie B, et al. 2003. Building Microbial Forensics as a Response to Bioterrorism. Science 301 (5641): 1852-1853.
Committee on Emerging Microbial Threats to Health in the 21st Century. 2003. Microbial Threats to Health: Emergence, Detection, and Response. Smolinksi MS, Hamburg MA, Lederberg J, eds. 398 pp.
Committee on Emerging Microbial Threats to Health, Institute of Medicine. 1992. Emerging Infections: Microbial Threats to Health in the United States. Lederberg J, Shope RE, Oaks SC, eds. 312 pp.
Dye C, Gay N. 2003. Modeling the SARS Epidemic. Science 300 (5627): 1884-1885.
Enserink M, Normile D. 2003. Search for SARS Origin Stalls. Science 302 (5646): 766-767.
Holmes KV, Enjuanes L. 2003. The SARS Coronavirus: A Postgenomic Era. Science 300 (5624): 1377-1378.
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