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Present address: Army Medical Department Research and Graduate School, Washington 12, D. C.
Present address: Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania.
The senior authors were responsible for the planning and the administrative aspects of the field and laboratory work recorded herein. However, as will be apparent from even a brief perusal of the report, it represents a composite of data obtained by many individuals during the various years. An attempt has been made to give specific credit in the body of the paper and the names of those who have contributed most extensively are listed alphabetically as co-authors.
It is desired to express particular indebtedness and thanks to Lt. Col. W. S. Smith, Director of the Public Health Department of the Military Government Section of the Ryukyus (1947–1948), to Major Ellis Arkus and Capt. E. F. Weglarz of the Military Government Staff, to Col. J. B. Dismukes, Commanding Officer of the 37th Station Hospital, to Col. Thair Rich, Surgeon, Ryukyus Command, and to Doctors Chokei Ogimi and Jyunkei Kinjyo of the Okinawa Public Health Section.
Virus and Rickettsial Section, 406th Medical General Laboratory.
Member of 1947 field unit of the Commission on Virus and Rickettsial Diseases. On leave of absence from the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, N. Y.
37th Station Hospital.
3rd Medical General Laboratory.
Member of 1947 field unit of the Commission on Virus and Rickettsial Diseases. On leave of absence from the Division of Medicine of the University of California and the Viral and Rickettsial Laboratory of the California State Department of Public Health.
The Hooper Foundation for Medical Research.
Member of 1947 field unit of the Commission on Virus and Rickettsial Diseases. On leave of absence from the Department of Invertebrate Zoology and Entomology, University Of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.