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(6), this infection was considered to be autoch-thonous, indicating endemicity of the C. gattii VGIIb-like variant in Nova Scotia and highlighting the value of non-migratory animals as sentinels for emerging diseases (7). Incidence for this disease is highest in the Pacific Northwest , where the primary agents are C. gattii VGII genotypes (2,4). A pertinent(More)
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