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Coronavirus Biology and Pathogenesis
On the Front Lines
Approaches to Vaccines and Drug Development
Future Perspectives on Emerging Infections
Special Pathogens in Three Cultures
SARS and Public Health Systems
A View from the Field and the Bridge
Panel 4 Discussion
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SARS in the Context of Emerging Infectious Threats SARS in the Context of Emerging Infectious Threats
Future Perspectives on Emerging Infections
Panel 4 Discussion

 
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• A good sample set would have helped at the beginning of the outbreak, so that different labs would have acute and convalescent samples from the same patients.
• SARS may not be a disease of animals; in fact, the best animal reservoir vector is one that does not show signs of clinical disease.

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