Volume: 52s1 - Number: - year 1981



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Preface, Programme of the Symposium, list of Participants

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Mycobacterium leprae and the Host Response
M. Harboe

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Leprosy in the world today
H. Sansarricq

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An atlas of leprosy
M. F. Lechat, C. B. Misson

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The epidemiological situation of leprosy in India
M. Christian

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The epidemiological situation in south east Asia
I. Ito

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The epidemiological situation in Africa
J. A. Cap

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The epidemiological situation in the Americas
C. P. Motta

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Leprosy - the Source of the Infection and its mode of transmission
C. K. Job

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Leprosy - a zoonosis
G. P. Walsh, W. M. Meyers , C. H. B Inford, P. J. Gerone, R. H: Wolf and J. R. Leininger

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Occurrence of non-cultivable acid-fast bacilli in the environment and their relationship to M. leprae
J. Kazda

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The relative importance of specific immunity in protection against leprosy
A. Bryceson

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HLA-linked control of the course of M. leprae infections
R. R. P. de Vries, W van Eden and J. J. van Rood

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Identification of a particular B Cell Alloantigen associated with susceptibility to lepromatous leprosy
M. E. Patarroyo, E. Molina, F. Londono, D. Bernal, L. Caro, A. Velasques . Y. Silva, R. Moya, J. Guevara, A. Meneses, M. Gonzales

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Non-specific factors that influcence susceptibility to leprosy
R. J. W. Rees

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Epidemiological aspects and implications of the disappearance of leprosy from Norway; some factors contributing to the decline
L. M. Irgens

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The effect of rapid socioeconomic development on the frequency of leprosy in a population
K. Saikawa

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Population studies: potential and limitations for analysis of genetic and non-genetic factors in leprosy
C. Kidson

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The blessings and torments of the leprosy epidemiometric model
M. F. Lechat

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Problems in the Collection and Analysis of Data in Leprosy Studies
P. Fine

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The Potential of Immunological Tests as Tools in the Epidemiology of Leprosy
G. Kronvall

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Lepromin as an indicator and inducer of protective immunity
M. Lefford

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The control of specificity of skin test reagents
M. Magnusson

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The lymphocyte transformation test in leprosy with special reference to its use in epidemiology
G. Bjune

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In Vitro Lymphocyte Stimulation Using a Purified Antigen of M. leprae and Tuberculin PPD
O. Closs and L. J. Reitan

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Subclinical infection in leprosy - its detection and control by fluorescent leprosy antibody absorption (FLA-ABS) test
M. Abe

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Radioimmunoassay and other serologic tests and their application in epidemiological work
M. Harboe

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The use of immunological tests in epidemiological work
H. G. ten Dam and H. Sansarricq

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Leprosy at the interface between epidemiology and basic research
M. F. Lechat

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