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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

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Domestic Pigs and Japanese Encephalitis Virus Infection, Australia

Andrew F. van den HurkComments to Author , Scott A. Ritchie, Cheryl A. Johansen, John S. MacKenzie, and Greg A. Smith
Author affiliations: Queensland Health, Coopers Plains, Queensland, Australia (A.F. van den Hurk, G.A. Smith); The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia (A.F. van den Hurk); Queensland Health, Cairns, Queensland, Australia (S.A. Ritchie); James Cook University, Cairns (S.A. Ritchie); The University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia (C.A. Johansen)Australian Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre for Emerging infectious Diseases, Perth, Western Australia, Australia (J.S. Mackenzie);

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Pig housing in Badu Island. A) Typical backyard pig pen in community before removal in 1998 and B) Badu Island piggery, where pigs have been housed since late 1998.

Figure 1. Pig housing in Badu Island. A) Typical backyard pig pen in community before removal in 1998 and B) Badu Island piggery, where pigs have been housed since late 1998.

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