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Monkeypox Spotlight

Monkeypox is a disease caused by infection with the Monkeypox virus— a type of Orthopoxvirus.

You can read the entire EID monkeypox article collection here.

2022

Early Release Monkeypox Virus Transmission to Healthcare Worker through Needlestick Injury, Brazil
Laína Bubach Carvalho et al. Volume 28, Number 11—November 2022 Early Release Monkeypox in Patient Immunized with ACAM2000 Smallpox Vaccine During 2022 Outbreak
Matthew Turner et al. Volume 28, Number 11—November 2022 Current Issue Epidemiology of Early Monkeypox Virus Transmission in Sexual Networks of Gay and Bisexual Men, England, 2022
Amoolya Vusirikala et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Current Issue Introduction and Differential Diagnosis of Monkeypox in Argentina, 2022
Adrian Lewis et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Current Issue Environmental Persistence of Monkeypox Virus on Surfaces in Household of Person with Travel-Associated Infection, Dallas, Texas, USA, 2021
Clint N. Morgan et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Current Issue Early Estimates of Monkeypox Incubation Period, Generation Time, and Reproduction Number, Italy, May–June 2022
Giorgio Guzzetta et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Current Issue Ten-Week Follow-Up of Monkeypox Case-Patient, Sweden, 2022
Aleksandra Pettke et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Current Issue Human Monkeypox without Viral Prodrome or Sexual Exposure, California, USA, 2022
Abraar Karan et al. Volume 28, Number 10—October 2022 Epidemiologic Features and Control Measures during Monkeypox Outbreak, Spain, June 2022
Berta Suárez Rodríguez et al. Volume 28, Number 9—September 2022 Rapid Adaptation of Established High-Throughput Molecular Testing Infrastructure for Monkeypox Virus Detection
Dominik Nörz et al. Volume 28, Number 9—September 2022 Agile Thinking Slays the Chimaera
Byron Breedlove Volume 28, Number 9—September 2022 Imported Monkeypox from International Traveler, Maryland, USA, 2021
Faisal S. Minhaj et al. Volume 28, Number 8—August 2022 Imported Monkeypox from International Traveler, Maryland, USA, 2021 (Response)
Varea Costello et al. Volume 28, Number 8—August 2022 Imported Monkeypox from International Traveler, Maryland, USA, 2021
Varea Costello et al. Volume 28, Number 5—May 2022

2021

Reemergence of Human Monkeypox and Declining Population Immunity in the Context of Urbanization, Nigeria, 2017–2020
Phi-Yen Nguyen et al. Volume 27, Number 4—April 2021

2020

Imported Monkeypox, Singapore
Sarah Ee Fang Yong et al. Volume 26, Number 8—August 2020 Human-to-Human Transmission of Monkeypox Virus, United Kingdom, October 2018
Aisling Vaughan et al. Volume 26, Number 4—April 2020 Use of Surveillance Outbreak Response Management and Analysis System for Human Monkeypox Outbreak, Nigeria, 2017–2019
Bernard C. Silenou et al. Volume 26, Number 2—February 2020

2019

Intrafamily Transmission of Monkeypox Virus, Central African Republic, 2018
Camille Besombes et al. Volume 25, Number 8—August 2019 Molecular Evidence of Human Monkeypox Virus Infection, Sierra Leone
Fei Ye et al. Volume 25, Number 6—June 2019 Diagnosis of Imported Monkeypox, Israel, 2018
Noam Erez et al. Volume 25, Number 5—May 2019 Human Monkeypox in Sierra Leone after 44-Year Absence of Reported Cases
Mary G. Reynolds et al. Volume 25, Number 5—May 2019 Epidemiologic and Ecologic Investigations of Monkeypox, Likouala Department, Republic of the Congo, 2017
Reena H. Doshi et al. Volume 25, Number 2—February 2019

2018

Reemergence of Human Monkeypox in Nigeria, 2017
Adesola Yinka-Ogunleye et al. Volume 24, Number 6—June 2018 Strengthening of Surveillance during Monkeypox Outbreak, Republic of the Congo, 2017
Reena H. Doshi et al. Volume 24, Number 6—June 2018

2016

Extended Human-to-Human Transmission during a Monkeypox Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Leisha Diane Nolen et al. Volume 22, Number 6—June 2016

2014

Fatal Monkeypox in Wild-Living Sooty Mangabey, Côte d’Ivoire, 2012
Aleksandar Radonić et al. Volume 20, Number 6—June 2014 Genomic Variability of Monkeypox Virus among Humans, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Jeffrey R. Kugelman et al. Volume 20, Number 2—February 2014 Podcast Low-Incidence, High-Consequence Pathogens
Ermias D. Belay et al. Volume 20, Number 2—February 2014 presentation_01Listen to the podcast

2013

Phylogenetic and Ecologic Perspectives of a Monkeypox Outbreak, Southern Sudan, 2005
Yoshinori Nakazawa et al. Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

2010

Human Monkeypox Outbreak Caused by Novel Virus Belonging to Congo Basin Clade, Sudan, 2005
Pierre Formenty et al. Volume 16, Number 10—October 2010

2008

Serologic Evidence for Novel Poxvirus in Endangered Red Colobus Monkeys, Western Uganda
Tony L. Goldberg et al. Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008 Retrospective Analysis of Monkeypox Infection
Melissa E. Dubois et al. Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

2007

Spectrum of Infection and Risk Factors for Human Monkeypox, United States, 2003
Mary G. Reynolds et al. Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007 Occupational Risks during a Monkeypox Outbreak, Wisconsin, 2003
Donita R. Croft et al. Volume 13, Number 8—August 2007 Endemic Human Monkeypox, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2001–2004
Anne W. Rimoin et al. Volume 13, Number 6—June 2007 9th Annual Conference on New and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases
Brenda A. Wilson et al. Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

2006

Qualitative Assessment of Risk for Monkeypox Associated with Domestic Trade in Certain Animal Species, United States
Susan M. Bernard et al. Volume 12, Number 12—December 2006

2005

Experimental Infection of Prairie Dogs with Monkeypox Virus
Shu-Yuan Xiao et al. Volume 11, Number 4—April 2005

2004

Experimental Infection of Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus tridecemlineatus) with Monkeypox Virus
Robert B. Tesh et al. Volume 10, Number 9—September 2004 Monkeypox Transmission and Pathogenesis in Prairie Dogs
Jeannette Guarner et al. Volume 10, Number 3—March 2004

2003

Flow Cytometry and T-Cell Response Monitoring after Smallpox Vaccination
Fabrizio Poccia et al. Volume 9, Number 11—November 2003

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