Domestic pigs and Japanese encephalitis virus infection, Australia
van den Hurk, Andrew F., Ritchie, Scott A., Johansen, Cheryl A., Mackenzie, John S., and Smith, Greg A. (2008) Domestic pigs and Japanese encephalitis virus infection, Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 14 (11). pp. 1736-1738.
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To determine whether relocating domestic pigs, the amplifying host of Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV), decreased the risk for JEV transmission to humans in northern Australia, we collected mosquitoes for virus detection. Detection of JEV in mosquitoes after pig relocation indicates that pig relocation did not eliminate JEV risk.
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van den Hurk AF, Ritchie SA, Johansen CA, Mackenzie JS, and Smith GA (2008) Domestic pigs and Japanese encephalitis virus infection, Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 14 (11). pp. 1736-1738.
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