The author goes further than do most other scientists, treating human infectious disease as an ecological system, and identifying Lyme disease as an excellent model for understanding many other emerging infectious human and animal diseases, including West Nile encephalitis, SARS, and schistosomiasis.
What does WNE stand for?
WNE stands for West Nile Encephalitis (disease)
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We have 5 other meanings of WNE in our Acronym Attic
- Western Nevada Development District
- Weather Network Duty Officer
- Windows Network Development Platforms
- Worldwide Numbering and Dialing Plan
- West Norfolk Driving School (UK)
- Writes No Database State
- Westville-New Durham Township Public Library (Westville, IN)
- Wireless Networking in the Developing World (book)
- Warum Net Experience (radio station)
- White Noise Enhancement
- Whole Nymphal Extract (veterinary vaccination)
- Wireless Network Entity
- Women's Network Exchange of Arizona (Lake Havasu City, AZ)
- Western New England College
- World Nano-Economic Congress (Cientifica)
- Western New England Double Bass Society (Northampton, MA)
- Women's National Emergency League (Australia)
- Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (University of Wisconsin, Extension)
- Western New England Professional Horseman's Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Institut Pasteur (Paris, France) and Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (Paris, France) have patented viral vectors expressing different immunogens from the West Nile Encephalitis Virus (WNV) or the Dengue virus which are able to induce protective humoral and cellular immune responses against WNV or Dengue virus infections.
More serious manifestations of West Nile encephalitis or meningitis also include neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, and muscle weakness, as well as a paralysis that can resemble polio.
In the summer of 1999--the hottest and driest in a century--62 cases of West Nile encephalitis were reported in New York, and seven people died (see "Beyond the Bite," Your Health, November/December 2003).
2002 saw the number of cases of West Nile encephalitis in the United States soar to 4,156 human cases and 284 deaths--the largest in the world.