Arthropod-borne virus information exchange Number eight, October 1963
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Arthropod-borne virus information exchange Number eight, October 1963

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      Herewith is the eighth issue of the Arbovirus Information Exchange which required two months to prepare for printing. Not only has increased size required more time for transcription onto stencils, but many of the tables were received as carbon copies or in such condition as to require complete retyping. The number of contributions requiring translation into English also increased. Compared to the first issue of forty pages prepared three and a half years ago, which contained twenty contributions, only three tables, and a list of fifty-two participants from nine countries, issue number eight contains more than 130 pages, 51 tables, and accompanies a separate list of 171 participants in 46 countries, some of which are contributing for the first time.

      The more technical nature--as represented by the large number of tables--does not only reflect the increasing sophistication of arbovirology as a science, but the greatly expanded activity of scientists and virus laboratories all over the world. In accordance with the original direction of the arbovirus investigators who initiated the Exchange, every effort has been made to keep the Infoexchange timely, comprehensive, and informal. Efforts will continue to keep it as a quick and convenient mechanism to maintain global communication among an international fraternity of scientists. Henceforth, this will require that any tables submitted for inclusion be in the original and clearly typed so that they can be photographically reproduced without time consuming retyping.

      The opinions or views expressed by the contributors do not constitute endorsement or approval by the U.S. Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center.

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      Editorial Notes -- Reports from: [Arbovirus Unit, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia; Virus Ecology Laboratory, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia].
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