Epidemiology and pathogenicity of African bat lyssaviruses.

@article{Makalo2008EpidemiologyAP,
  title={Epidemiology and pathogenicity of African bat lyssaviruses.},
  author={Mabusetsa Joseph Makalo and Charmaine M van Eeden and Ivan V. Kuzmin and Charles E. Rupprecht and Janusz T Pawęska and Robert Swanepoel and Anthony R Fooks and Claude Taurai Sabeta and Florence Cliquet and Louis Hendrik Nel},
  journal={Developments in biologicals},
  year={2008},
  volume={131},
  pages={317-25}
}
Lyssaviruses belonging to all four known African Lyssavirus genotypes (gts) have been reported and isolated from SouthAfrica over the past few decades. These are: (1) Duvenhage virus (gt4), isolated again in 2006 from a human fatality; (2) Mokola virus (gt3), isolated irregularly, mostly from cats; (3) Lagos bat virus (gt2) continually isolated over the past four years from Epomophorus fruit bats and from incidental terrestrial animals and (4) Rabies virus (gt1) - with two virus biotypes… CONTINUE READING
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