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Volume 12, Number 6—June 2006

Dispatch

Cowpox Virus Transmission from Rats to Monkeys, the Netherlands

Byron E.E. Martina*, Gerard van Doornum*, Gerry M. Dorrestein†, Hubert G.M. Niesters*, Koert J. Stittelaar*, Marno A.B.I. Wolters‡, Hester G.H. van Bolhuis*, and Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; †Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands; ‡AAP Sanctuary for Exotic Animals, Almere, the Netherlands

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Sequence alignment of the partial hemagglutinin gene of cowpox viruses (CPXV) isolated from Barbary macaques and brown rats. CPXV-2001 strain was isolated from a rat in 2001 from the Netherlands (5).

Figure. Sequence alignment of the partial hemagglutinin gene of cowpox viruses (CPXV) isolated from Barbary macaques and brown rats. CPXV-2001 strain was isolated from a rat in 2001 from the Netherlands (5).

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