edited by W. H. Taliaferro, Division of Biological and Medical Research, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, and J. H. Humphrey, National Institute of Medical Research, London, England. Vol. 1, x + 423 pages, illustrated. New York, London, Academic Press. 1961. $12.00
V. Evaluation of Cross-Immunity against Type 1 Dengue Fever in Human Subjects Convalescent from Subclinical Natural Japanese Encephalitis Virus Infection and Vaccinated with 17D Strain Yellow Fever Vaccine
The book contains 15 chapters by 14 authors. The first chapter, an introduction, is followed by one on epidemiology and control of gastrointestinal helminths in human populations and the third chapter is on domestic animals. The pharmacology of anthelmintics is covered in the next chapter. The following six chapters discuss chemotherapy of gastrointestinal nematodiasis in humans, ruminants, equids, pigs, carnivores, and birds. The remainder of the chapters on chemotherapy include trematodes and cestodes of humans and “animals.” The final chapter is on mass treatment of human populations. Each chapter contains an adequate review of the literature, and some reference sections are massive. The reference section for Chemotherapy of Gastrointestinal Nematodiasis in Man, for instance, contains 951 references. A list of international non-proprietary, United States-adopted and trade names of some anthelmintics constitutes the remainder of the book.
The chapter Pharmacology of Anthelmintics is especially useful.