Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007
Hantavirus and Arenavirus Antibodies in Persons with Occupational Rodent Exposure, North America
|695||Deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus)||I–VI||II|
|487||White-footed mouse (P. leucopus)||I–VI||II|
|34||California mouse (P. californicus)||I–III||I|
|456||Woodrat (Neotoma spp.)||I–V||I|
|392||Other neotomine rodents||I–IV||I|
|511||Cotton rat (Sigmodon spp.)||I–VI||I|
*No. persons who self-reported occupational exposure to rodents.
†Other neotomine rodents included the pygmy mouse (Baiomys spp.), Texas mouse (Peromyscus attwateri), brush mouse (P. boylii), canyon mouse (P. crinitus), Zacatecan deer mouse (P. difficilis), cactus mouse (P. eremicus), Florida mouse (P. floridanus), cotton mouse (P. gossypinus), northern rock mouse (P. nasutus), golden mouse (P. nuttalis), white-ankled mouse (P. pectoralis), oldfield mouse (P. polionotus), pinyon mouse (P. truei), and western harvest mouse (Reithrodontomys megalotis) and other harvest mice (Reithrodontomys spp.). Oryzomyine rodents included the marsh rice rat (Oryzomys palustris), other oryzomine rodents (Oryzomys spp.), and oligoryzomine rodents (Oligoryzomys spp.).
‡The number of rodents handled by a study subject was categorized as follows: I, 1–99; II, 100–499; III, 500–999; IV, 1,000–9,999; V, 10,000–49,999; VI, >50,000.
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