Ad Vos , Conrad Freuling, Seza Eskiizmirliler, Hikmet Ün, Orhan Aylan, Nicholas Johnson, Semra Gürbüz, Winfried Müller, Necdet Akkoca, Thomas Müller, Anthony R. Fooks, and Haluk Askaroglu
Author affiliations: IDT Biologika GmbH, Dessau-Rosslau, Germany (A. Vos); Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Wusterhausen, Germany (C. Freuling, T. Müller); Bornova Veterinary Control and Research Institute, Izmir, Turkey (S. Eskiizmirliler, N. Akkoca); Etlik Central Veterinary Control and Research Institute, Ankara, Turkey (H. Ün, O. Aylan); Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Weybridge, UK (N. Johnson, A.R. Fooks); Technical Assistance for Control of Rabies Disease, Ankara (S. Gürbüz, W. Müller); Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Ankara (H. Askaroglu)
Figure 1. A) Map of Turkey showing location of Aegean region (box). B) The 8 provinces in the Aegean region of Turkey that were studied for spatial and temporal incidence of rabies during 1998–2007. 1, Aydin; 2, Balikesir; 3, Denizli; 4, Izmir; 5, Kütahya; 6, Manisa; 7, Mugla; 8, Usak.
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