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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

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Serologic Evidence of Lyssavirus Infection in Bats, Cambodia

Jean-Marc Reynes*Comments to Author , Sophie Molia*, Laurent Audry†, Sotheara Hout*, Sopheak Ngin*, Joe Walston‡, and Hervé Bourhy†
Author affiliations: *Institut Pasteur du Cambodge, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; †Institut Pasteur, Paris, France; ‡Wildlife Conservation Society, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Table 2

Reactivity of serum samples from bats against four lyssaviruses with rapid fluorescent focus inhibition test, Cambodia, September 2000–May 2001

Virusa Frugivorous bats (n = 32)
Insectivorous bats (n = 114)
All bats (N = 146)
Negative Positive Negative Positive Negative Positive
RABV 30 2 110 4 140 6
EBLV-1 29 3 104 10 133 13
ABLV 27 5 107 7 134 12
LBV 28 4 111 3 139 7
Totalb 22 10 94 20 116 30

aRABV, rabies virus; EBLV-1, European bat lyssavirus-1; ABLV, Australian bat lyssavirus; LBV, Lagos bat virus.
bColumns may add up to numbers higher than those mentioned in the total because of the reactivity of individual serum samples against more than one lyssavirus.

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