P. Bryant

R. S. Lanciotti1
B. Wolf1
A. J. Kerst1
N. A. Panella1
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Widespread deaths of American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos)were associated with the 1999 outbreak of West Nile (WN) virus in the New York City region. We compared six organs from 20 crow carcasses as targets for WN virus detection. Half the carcasses had at least one positive test result for WN virus infection. The brain was the most sensitive test organ;(More)
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