Mongoose rabies in southern Africa: a re-evaluation based on molecular epidemiology.

@article{Nel2005MongooseRI,
  title={Mongoose rabies in southern Africa: a re-evaluation based on molecular epidemiology.},
  author={Louis Hendrik Nel and Claude Taurai Sabeta and Beate F von Teichman and Julian B Jaftha and Charles E. Rupprecht and John Bingham},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 2},
  pages={165-73}
}
Relative to the developed world, rabies has been poorly studied in the vast African continent. The southern African countries of Zimbabwe and South Africa, however, are known to sustain a great diversity of lyssaviruses, with large biological variations amongst genotype 1 (rabies viruses) at present more apparent here than elsewhere on the continent. One recognized biotype of rabies virus in the subcontinent appears to be specifically adapted to a variety of mongooses, belonging to the… CONTINUE READING

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