Antibodies to Nipah or Nipah-like Viruses in Bats, China

@article{Li2008AntibodiesTN,
  title={Antibodies to Nipah or Nipah-like Viruses in Bats, China},
  author={Yan Li and Jianmin Wang and Andrew C. Hickey and Yunzhi Zhang and Yuchun Li and Yi Wu and Huajun Zhang and Junfa Yuan and Zhenggang Han and Jennifer A. McEachern and Christopher C. Broder and Lin-Fa Wang and Zhengli Shi},
  journal={Emerging Infectious Diseases},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={1974 - 1976}
}
To the Editor: Hendra virus (HeV) and Nipah virus (NiV), the only known members of the genus Henipavirus, are 2 emerging paramyxoviruses that are highly pathogenic in a variety of vertebrate animals, including humans (1). Since the initial discovery of the viruses in Australia and Malaysia (2,3), sporadic HeV outbreaks have been reported from 1995 to 2007 in Australia (4), and regular NiV outbreaks have occurred in Bangladesh (5) and India (6). Numerous frugivorous bat species (genus Pteropus… CONTINUE READING

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