Transmission Ecology of Sin Nombre Hantavirus in Naturally Infected North American Deermouse Populations in Outdoor Enclosures

@inproceedings{Bagamian2012TransmissionEO,
  title={Transmission Ecology of Sin Nombre Hantavirus in Naturally Infected North American Deermouse Populations in Outdoor Enclosures},
  author={Karoun H. Bagamian and Jonathan S Towner and Amy Jo Kuenzi and Richard J Douglass and Pierre E. Rollin and Lance A. Waller and James N. Mills},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Sin Nombre hantavirus (SNV), hosted by the North American deermouse (Peromyscus maniculatus), causes hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) in North America. Most transmission studies in the host were conducted under artificial conditions, or extrapolated information from mark-recapture data. Previous studies using experimentally infected deermice were unable to demonstrate SNV transmission. We explored SNV transmission in outdoor enclosures using naturally infected deermice. Deermice acquiring… CONTINUE READING
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