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Emerging Infectious Diseases. 10(3):483-6, 2004 Mar.

First reported prairie dog-to-human tularemia transmission, Texas, 2002.[see comment].

Avashia SB, Petersen JM, Lindley CM, Schriefer ME, Gage KL, Cetron M, DeMarcus TA, Kim DK, Buck J, Montenieri JA, Lowell JL, Antolin MF, Kosoy MY, Carter LG, Chu MC, Hendricks KA, Dennis DT, Kool JL

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. [email protected]

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Article type: Curated - Canary ID: 2102

Cause and Effect Analysis Interspecies susceptibility data Shared exposures with humans Shared outcomes with humans Gene sequence data
Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Study type N Routes Sampling Controls Timing
descriptive 163 ingestion - - concurrent
cross sectional 131 ingestion, inhalation, mucocutaneous exposure yes concurrent
cross sectional 22 mucocutaneous, inhalation, vector, ingestion exposure yes repeated
Exposures Francisella tularensis
Outcomes Tularemia
Species Chinchilla
Hares
Hedgehogs
Human
Microtus pennsylvanicus
Onychomys
Peromyscus
Peromyscus
Sciuridae
Tamias striatus
Tamiasciurus
Locations location map
United States South Dakota Mellette County (populated place)
Texas Texas, State of (populated place)

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