Marburgvirus Resurgence in Kitaka Mine Bat Population after Extermination Attempts, Uganda

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panel B). We performed C. burnetii– specific qPCR on the ticks; 14 (88%) were positive. We genotyped C. burnetii–positive DNA from the feces and from 6 of the 16 ticks by using multispacer sequence typing as described (5). All samples were identified as MST17, the unique genotype circulating in Cayenne (5). After obtaining the laboratory results, we… (More)
DOI: 10.3201/eid2010.140696

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@inproceedings{Amman2014MarburgvirusRI, title={Marburgvirus Resurgence in Kitaka Mine Bat Population after Extermination Attempts, Uganda}, author={Brian R. Amman and Luke Nyakarahuka and Anita K. McElroy and Kimberly A. Dodd and Tara K. Sealy and Amy J. Schuh and Trevor R. Shoemaker and Stephen Balinandi and Patrick Atimnedi and Winyi Kaboyo and Stuart T Nichol and Jonathan S Towner}, booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases}, year={2014} }