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Henipavirus in Pteropus vampyrus Bats, Indonesia

Sendow, I. and Field, H.E. and Curran, J. and Darminto, . and Morrissy, C. and Meehan, G. and Buick, T. and Daniels, P. (2006) Henipavirus in Pteropus vampyrus Bats, Indonesia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 12 (4).

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Abstract

The emergence of Nipah virus (NiV) in Malaysia in 1999 resulted in 265 known human infections (105 fatal), widespread infection in pigs (with >1 million culled to control the outbreak), and the collapse of the Malaysian pig export market. As with the closely related Hendra virus (HeV) that emerged in Australia in 1994 and caused fatal disease in horses and humans, bats of the genus Pteropus (commonly known as flying foxes) were identified as the major reservoir of Nipah virus in Malaysia. This report describes a serologic survey of Pteropus vampyrus in neighboring Indonesia.

Item Type:Article
Corporate Creators:Biosecurity Queensland
Additional Information:© Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Emerging Infectious Diseases is published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a U.S. Government agency. Therefore, all materials published in Emerging Infectious Diseases are in the public domain and can be used without permission. Proper citation, however, is required.
Keywords:Pteropus vampyrus; Nipah virus; NiV; Indonesia; serology; survey.
Subjects:Veterinary medicine > Veterinary epidemiology. Epizootiology
Science > Statistics > Statistical data analysis
Veterinary medicine > Veterinary virology
Veterinary medicine > Diseases of special classes of animals
Deposited On:12 Jan 2009 06:34
Last Modified:08 Jun 2011 06:38

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