Designation of laboratories for international certification of immunity against yellow fever
Executive Board, 7. (1951). Designation of laboratories for international certification of immunity against yellow fever. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/86647
Description(Adopted at the second meeting, 22 January 1951)
Gov't Doc #EB7.R3
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WHO Expert Committee on Yellow Fever [meeting held in Entebbe from 9 to 15 March 1971]: Laboratory diagnosis: current methods of diagnosis (historpathology, serology - paired sera and single sera - isolation and preliminary identification of virus) Kafuko, G.W.; WHO Expert Committee on Yellow Fever; World Health Organization (VIR/YF/71.18, 1971)
Application by the Belgian government for WHO approval of the designation of the Stanleyville Laboratory, Belgian Congo, as an institute regularly carrying out biological tests for the international certification of immunity against yellow fever, as required under article XI(8) of the International Sanitary Convention for Aerial Navigation, 1944, amending the convention of 1933 Executive Board, 7 (EB7/8, 1951)