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Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004

Research

West Nile Virus in California

William Reisen*Comments to Author , Hugh Lothrop*, Robert Chiles*, Minoo Madon†, Cynthia Cossen‡, Leslie Woods*, Stan Husted‡, Vicki Kramer‡, and John Edman*
Author affiliations: *University of California, Davis, California, USA; †Greater Los Angeles County Mosquito and Vector Control District, Santa Fe Springs, California, USA; ‡California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California, USA

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Figure 4

Wild bird Flavivirus seroprevalence rates (Flavi pos %) in Coachella Valley during 2003. Shown are percentages of total serum samples that tested positive each month by enzyme immunoassay. Positives include infections caused by West Nile virus and St. Louis encephalitis.

Figure 4. Wild bird Flavivirus seroprevalence rates (Flavi pos %) in Coachella Valley during 2003. Shown are percentages of total serum samples that tested positive each month by enzyme immunoassay. Positives include infections caused by West Nile virus and St. Louis encephalitis.

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1Procedures for the bleeding and husbandry of sentinel chickens were described in Protocol 9608 approved by the University of California, Davis, Animal Use and Care Administrative Advisory Committee.

2The collection, banding, and bleeding of wild birds were conducted under Protocol 9605 approved by the Animal Use and Care Administrative Advisory Committee of the University of California, Davis, California Resident Scientific Collection Permit 801049-02 by the State of California Department of Fish and Game, and Master Station Federal Bird Marking and Salvage Permit 22763 from the U.S. Geological Survey Bird Banding Laboratory.

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