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Browse by Species: Rats (96 articles)

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Fukushima H, Hao Q, Wu K, Hu X, Chen J, Guo Z, Dai H, Qin C, Lu S, Gomyoda M
Yersinia enterocolitica O9 as a possible barrier against Y. pestis in natural plague foci in Ningxia, China.
Current Microbiology. 42(1):1-7, 2001 Jan.
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Bennett SG, Milazzo ML, Webb JP Jr, Fulhorst CF
Arenavirus antibody in rodents indigenous to coastal southern California.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 62(5):626-30, 2000 May.
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Morita C, Takeuchi Y, Matsura Y, Kitamura T
The prevalence of Hantaan viruses among Rattus norvegicus in Tokyo in the 1960's.
Zentralblatt Fuer Veterinaermedizin Reihe B. 36(7):557-8, 1989 Sep.
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Kosoy MY, Slonova RA, Mills JN, Mandel E, Childs JE
Community structure and prevalence of hantavirus infection in rodents: a geographic division of the enzootic area in far eastern Russia.
Journal of Vector Ecology. 22(1):52-63, 1997 Jun.
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Arikawa J, Ito M, Yao JS, Kariwa H, Takashima I, Hashimoto N
Epizootiological studies of hantavirus infection among urban rats in Hokkaido, Japan: evidences for the persistent infection from the sero-epizootiological surveys and antigenic characterizations of hantavirus isolates.
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science. 56(1):27-32, 1994 Feb.
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Mills JN, Johnson JM, Ksiazek TG, Ellis BA, Rollin PE, Yates TL, Mann MO, Johnson MR, Campbell ML, Miyashiro J, Patrick M, Zyzak M, Lavender D, Novak MG, Schmidt K, Peters CJ, Childs JE
A survey of hantavirus antibody in small-mammal populations in selected United States National Parks.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 58(4):525-32, 1998 Apr.
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Chin C, Chiueh TS, Yang WC, Yang TH, Shih CM, Lin HT, Lin KC, Lien JC, Tsai TF, Ruo SL, Nichol ST, Ksiazek TG, Rollin PE, Peters CJ, Wu TN, Shen CY
Hantavirus infection in Taiwan: the experience of a geographically unique area.
Journal of Medical Virology. 60(2):237-47, 2000 Feb.
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Wong TW, Chan YC, Joo YG, Lee HW, Lee PW, Yanagihara R
Hantavirus infections in humans and commensal rodents in Singapore.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 83(2):248-51, 1989 Mar-Apr.
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Glass GE, Livingstone W, Mills JN, Hlady WG, Fine JB, Biggler W, Coke T, Frazier D, Atherley S, Rollin PE, Ksiazek TG, Peters CJ, Childs JE
Black Creek Canal Virus infection in Sigmodon hispidus in southern Florida.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 59(5):699-703, 1998 Nov.
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