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American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 70(3):305-9, 2004 Mar.

Peridomestic small mammals associated with confirmed cases of human hantavirus disease in southcentral Chile.

Torres-Perez F, Navarrete-Droguett J, Aldunate R, Yates TL, Mertz GJ, Vial PA, Ferres M, Marquet PA, Palma RE

Departamento de Ecologia, Facultad de Ciencias Biologicas, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile.

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Article type: Curated - Canary ID: 762

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 82 inhalation - - concurrent
cross sectional 272 inhalation, other exposure yes concurrent
Exposures Hantavirus
Risk factors Geographic Locations
Rural Population
Urbanization
Outcomes Carrier State
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
Species Abrothrix
Akodon longipilis
Akodon olivaceus
Auliscomys micropus
Human
Muridae
Oligoryzomys longicaudatus
Phyllotis darwini
Rats
roof rat
Thylamys elegans
Locations location map
Chile Araucanía Lautaro (populated place)
Bío-bío Quillon (populated place)
Tucapel (populated place)
Libertador General Bernardo O'higgins Coya (locality)
Las Cabras (populated place)
Los Lagos Lago Ranco (lake)
Puerto Montt (populated place)
Maule Longavi (populated place)
Rauco (populated place)
Rio Bullileo (stream)
Romeral (populated place)
San Clemente (populated place)
Región Metropolitana Departamento de Talagante (second-order administrative division)
Valparaíso Hijuelas (populated place)
Llay-Llay (populated place)
Villa Alemana (populated place)

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