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1. Etymology of rabies: Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary; Etymology of rhabdo: Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary

2. Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

3. Gastka, Maria, Joseph Horvath, and Thomas L. Lentz. "Rabies Virus Binding to the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Alfa Subunit Demonstrated by Virus Overlay Protein Binding Assay." Journal of General Virology 77 (2007): 2437-2440.

4. Tsunoyama, Kazuhisa, and Takashi Gojobori. "Evolution of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Subunits." Molecular Biology and Evolution 15 (1998): 518-527.

5. Warrell, M J. "Rabies and Other Lyssavirus Diseases." The Lancet 363 (2004): 959-969.

6. Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. December 24, 2004 / 53(50);1171-1173.

7. Knipe, David M., and Peter M. Howley. Fields Virology. 5th ed. Vol. 1. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007. 1364-1408.

8. World Health Organization.

9. Kuehn, Bridget M. "CDC: Rabies Transmitted Through Organ Donation." American Veterinary Medical Associated News. American Veterinary Medical Associated.

10. Baltimore, David. "Viruses, Polymerases and Cancer." Nobel Lecture. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. 12 Dec. 1975. Na.

11. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (September 7, 2007). "US Declared Canine Rabies Free." Press Release.

12. Pierce, J. "Louis Pasteur and Rabies: a Brief Note." Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2002).

13. "IMOVAX Rabies Vaccine." Vaccine Place. Sanofi Pasteur.


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