Effective Population Size Differences in Calomys musculinus, the Host of Junín Virus: Its Relationship with the Epidemiological History of Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever.

@article{Chiappero2018EffectivePS,
  title={Effective Population Size Differences in Calomys musculinus, the Host of Jun{\'i}n Virus: Its Relationship with the Epidemiological History of Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever.},
  author={Marina B. Chiappero and Mar{\'i}a Florencia Piacenza and Mar{\'i}a Cecilia Provensal and Gladys E. Calder{\'o}n and Cristina Noem{\'i} Gardenal and Jaime J. Polop},
  journal={The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene},
  year={2018}
}
Argentine hemorrhagic fever (AHF) is a serious endemic disease in Argentina, produced by Junín virus, whose host is the Sigmodontinae rodent Calomys musculinus. Within the endemic area, human incidence and proportion of infected rodents remains high for 5-10 years after the first appearance of the disease (epidemic [E] zone) and then gradually declines to… CONTINUE READING