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Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007


Mokola Virus in Domestic Mammals, South Africa

Claude T. Sabeta*†Comments to Author , Wanda Markotter†, Debrah K. Mohale*, Wonderful Shumba*, Alexander I. Wandeler‡, and Louis H. Nel†
Author affiliations: *Agricultural Research Council–Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, Pretoria, South Africa; †University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa; ‡Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Nepean, Ontario, Canada;

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Table 2

Reactivity of virus isolates with 16 monoclonal antibodies to the nucleocapsid protein of rabies and rabies-related viruses*

Monoclonal antibody Dog 
(gt1) Mongoose (gt1) Lagos bat (gt2) Mokola (gt3) Duvenhage (gt4) MOKV404/05 MOKV173/06
26AB7 + Var
26BE2 + Var
38HF2 (positive control) + + + + + + +
66–1C5 (negative control)
M1001 + + +
M1336 + Var
M1349 Var Var Var
M1386 + +
M1412 + Var
M1494 Var Var +
M612 +
M837 +
M853 + +
M856 + +
M857 + +
M879 + Var +

*gt, genotype; +, positive reactivity; Var, reactivity with some regional variants; –, negative reactivity.

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