Ranavirosis in Invasive Bullfrogs, Belgium

@inproceedings{SharifianFard2011RanavirosisII,
  title={Ranavirosis in Invasive Bullfrogs, Belgium},
  author={Mojdeh Sharifian-Fard and Frank Pasmans and Connie Adriaensen and Sander Devisscher and Tim Adriaens and Gerald Louette and An Martel},
  booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases},
  year={2011}
}
low (10), our fi ndings support the use of preventive hygiene measures (4) to minimize zoonotic risk when handling roe deer. The 2 MLVAtyped strains provided no evidence for spillover of the predominant strain involved in the Q fever epidemic in the Netherlands. More studies are required to adequately understand Q fever cycles in wildlife and their relationship with Q fever in domestic animals and humans. 

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